Atlanta (Packaging), United States


3791 Browns Mill Road SE
Atlanta, GA 30354


Injection Molding, Packaging


ISO 9001

Jabil Packaging Solutions, a Nypro Company

Established in 2009, the Atlanta (Packaging) site is a Custom Plastic Injection Molding manufacturer that produces packaging products for key customers.


Jabil Atlanta (Packaging)'s diverse suite of technological offerings help our customers innovate and bring products to market quickly and reliably.

  • Injection Molding

Jabil meets customer needs by providing a comprehensive array of global solutions in ideation, product design, molding, tooling, intelligent supply chain management, device assembly and manufacturing for the Healthcare and Packaging industries. Our expert teams leverage over 40 years of industry experience, fueling speed-to-market, ingenuity and agility. Our customers can focus on core competencies knowing Jabil’s experience and capabilities are behind them.

Partnering with Jabil provides a safe pair of hands whose design, supply chain and healthcare manufacturing excellence, coupled with reliability, accelerates market leadership. Our unique customer-centric organizational model allows nimble responsiveness and faster time-to-market, while leveraging the resources of a Fortune 200 company. 


  • ISO 9001:2008


Giving Back to the Community

Our employees in Atlanta volunteer with various organizations in the community such as Habitat for Humanity and Special Olympics Georgia. By volunteering at Habitat for Humanity, employees are able to promote homeownership and affordable quality homes for individuals who may not qualify for traditional home loans. The Special Olympics Georgia is a series of Winter games that gathers nearly 2,000 athletes from around the state to compete in basketball, bowling, floor hockey, ice skating, gymnastics and roller skating with more than 500 coaches to guide them. Our employees volunteer their time to ensure this event runs smoothly.

The Atlanta (Packaging) site also collects donations to assist with fees and expenses related to students participating in regional competitions for the STEM Academy in Georgia.

From Jabil's Blog

Connecting the Dots: Wearables, Big Data and Healthcare

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is Accelerating Connected Health [White Paper]

The Internet of Things is revolutionizing how many industries do business. Notably, health care has been drastically changed by the effects of wearables and other IoT devices. Download a white paper on this topic here.   White Pap ... Read More