•1984: the company was originally founded as Eagle Displays in Tullahoma, Tennessee
•1998: the founder sold the business to LINPAC, whose facilities in the U.S. consisted of 7 paper converting facilities and a recycled paper mill
•2001: the decision was made to change the name of the company from Eagle Displays to LINPAC Displays, Inc. in order to align with the company’s other corrugated facilities
•2006: LINPAC sold all of its U.S. paper business to the Mehiel family, and U.S. Corrugated was born. LINPAC Displays then became U.S. Display Group. *Dennis Mehiel already owned a successful corrugated business in New Jersey, Mannkraft, that the family purchased in 1999
•2008 – 2010: the Mehiel family purchased several companies in the corrugated packaging industry and became the largest independently owned corrugated company in the U.S.
•2011: the Mehiel family sold 14 of the converting facilities as well as the recycled paper mill to Kapstone. This sale left the Mehiel family with 10 corrugated converting facilities, 5 corrugated box plants, Mankraft and U.S. Display Group. Dennis Mehiel remained majority owner and CEO of the five U.S. Corrugated plants, and Karen Mehiel took the reins as majority owner and CEO of Mannkraft and U.S. Display Group.
•2012: Under the new ownership structure, Mannkraft/U.S. Display Group attained MWBE certification through the WBENC
•2013: Mannkraft changed its name to KAMPACK to reflect the new ownership structure. U.S. Display Group kept its name and branding intact.