Gina Gallovich :
Milagro Packaging Receives Toyota Manufacturing Kentucky Outstanding Business Partner Award for 2005
Gina Gallovich :
Milagro Packaging is a certified minority business enterprise that offers a full range of packaging and assembly operations, focusing on both product and process. In addition to its corrugated business, Milagro fabricates expendable and returnable shipping containers; designs and manufactures internal dunnage; has two internal ISTA approved testing labs; provides contract packaging fulfillment; cleans and repairs returnable containers, and provides logistical support.
Milagro is a member of the Michigan Minority Business Development Council, the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc.
Milagro Packaging is headed by Dolores M. Rodriguez who serves as President and CEO. In 2001, Dolores entered into a joint venture with Concept Packaging Group to form Milagro Packaging. The company has seen significant growth over the past five years with revenues increasing from $273,000 in 2001 to more than $21 million in 2005. Milagro Packaging counts among its customers Toyota, NACOM, Toyotomi, Eaton, 3-M, Hitachi, Trim Masters and Kawasaki, and is a Preferred Vendor for Toyota’s manufacturing and sales companies.
In 2004 and 2005, Milagro Packaging received the Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky (TMMK) Supplier Award for outstanding delivery to their plant. The award represents over 13,631 orders that were delivered on-time to TMMK without any quality issues or short shipments. Milagro received TMMK’s Outstanding Business Partner Award in 2005.
Milagro Packaging received the 2005 Class III MBE Supplier of the Year Award, presented by the Kentuckiana Minority Business Council (KMBC). This award recognizes certified Minority Business Enterprises that have demonstrated achievement in goal setting and growth.
Milagro Packaging/Concept has manufacturing facilities in Georgetown, KY and Inman, SC. The company’s assembly and distribution locations are located in SC (Hickory & Columbia), GA (Griffin, Gainesville, Conyers, LaGrange & Valdosta), KY (Berea & Mt. Sterling), Hickory, NC, Brownsville, TN, Princeton, IN and Ontario, CA.
A true entrepreneur, prior to her joint venture Dolores M. Rodriguez started a company in 1998 that manufactures custom labels, continuous forms, checks, brochures, business cards and other printed materials.
Dolores M. Rodriguez
President and CEO
Milagro Packaging, LLC
1585 Wells Road
Dundee, Michigan 48131
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