Aug. 27, 2011
Tension Corporation of Kansas City, Mo. recently acquired Maverick Enterprises, Inc., of Longmont, Co. and expanded its product line with additional manufacturing and engineering resources for its automated systems. “The integration of Maverick into Tension Corporation’s packaging and automation division has already provided new opportunities for process and equipment improvements to benefit our pharmaceutical customers,” said Bill Berkley, President and CEO of Tension Corporation.
Effective immediately Maverick Enterprises, Inc. is now part of Tension Packaging & Automation, a division of Tension Corporation that designs, builds and integrates scalable automation for the pharmaceutical and order fulfillment markets. With the acquisition, Tension Packaging & Automation gains best-of-class automated packaging systems for mail order and central fill pharmacies, and talented automation design and engineering experts.
Tension’s proven and field-tested pharmacy systems and equipment help customers gain efficiencies and reduce costs through:
- High-volume automation of tablet and capsule dispensing
- Automated dispensing, labeling and verification of pre-packs and units-of-use
- Semi-automated labeling and verification of A-frame dispensed medications
- Print-on-demand patient documents and medication guides
- Automated packaging of orders
- Automated manifesting and sorting of outbound orders
About Tension Corporation
Founded in 1886, Tension Corporation is a family-owned-and-operated company. A global leader in envelope products, packaging and automation solutions, and international services, Tension is known for its quality, innovation and customer experience. Tension serves a variety of industries including financial, pharmaceutical, insurance, direct marketing, photofinishing, utility, and retail. Headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., the company has regional plants and offices throughout the country with international operations in China, Taiwan, and Australia. For more information, visit www.tension.com.