222 Russell Boulevard
St Louis, Missouri 63104

Tel: 314 776 4712
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History

Founded by Lincoln K. Loy and Edward Lange in 1897, Loy-Lange Box Company began operations at 2nd Street and Chouteau Avenue as a manufacturer of wooden crates. Growing business allowed us to build our current plant one mile to the south in 1904 to accommodate the production of solid fiber cartons. Located near the cooling caves of South St. Louis, Loy-Lange was in a unique position to supply cases to the many breweries in the city.

In 1916, Loy-Lange Box Company became one of the first manufacturers to install its own corrugator after the trucking and railroad industries' approval of the corrugated box as an alternative to fiber cases. Today, we are the last independently owned corrugator/manufacturer in this market. Our control over the combination of the finest virgin fiberboards is a valuable asset to our customers looking for unique packaging solutions.

For four generations, a member of the founding families has been at the helm of Loy-Lange Box Company, and led the evolution from a wooden crate manufacturer to an array of full service companies that include Printer’s Finishing Services, Inc. and Heartland Box Company.

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