JBM Envelope started as an envelope brokerage business, with 3 employees
JBM is a family company.
In 1985 Greg Sheanshang launched JBM as an envelope brokerage business. From the beginning, the company was focused on developing a culture of quality, innovation, and excellence – with a “family” feel. In fact, Greg was inspired to name the company after his three children – Jennifer, Bridget, and Marcus.
Now, 35 years and a generation later, we maintain our focus on being a family-oriented business.
What drives us.
We live by our Core Values – Collaboration, Grit, Growth Mindset, Innovation, Ownership, and Passion for a Better World.
We all share this vision and strive to demonstrate each value in our day-to-day operations. They guide how we treat each other, our customers, and how we tackle our work. With strong Core Values and a higher Purpose, our company performs better.
“We are a problem-solving company. It’s who we are!”
Leading growth into new markets.
Marcus Sheanshang (the M in JBM) purchased the company in 2008, taking over the day-to-day operations of his family’s business.
Marcus began working at JBM at age 11, learning the company from the ground up. His jobs ranged from machine operator to customer service, and ultimately into management. He graduated with a double major in finance and accounting from the University of Cincinnati. Marcus is a member of the EIA, EMA, and Vistage. He has two children and is supported by a wonderful wife.
Under Marcus’s leadership, JBM has continuously invested in specialized manufacturing technologies and expanded our capabilities in packaging and envelopes.
JBM began manufacturing envelopes. The company expanded, moving into a 12,500-square-foot facility, with 35 employees.
Expanded operations by entering the seed packaging market
Moved into a 30,000-square-foot facility in Lebanon, Ohio. The new space featured upgraded folding equipment and employed 65 people.
Continued expansion, with an additional 30,000 square feet of manufacturing space, new equipment, and 85 people
Expansion continued, with an additional 40,000 square feet of manufacturing space and more folding equipment to diversify product offerings
Acquired presses for flat litho printing, up to 6 colors
Invested in 2 UV folding machines, custom designed for JBM
Marcus Sheanshang purchased JBM from Greg Sheanshang
Invested in Heidelberg printer, to expand precision printing to 10 colors
Established partnership with Interfaith Hospitality Network of Warren County
– Launched JBM Innovation Team
– Purchased an additional UV
Launched packaging line
Purchased Manroland R700, customized for JBM
– Initiated Fair Chance program
– Established partnership with Beacon of Hope
Patented first solution
– Invested in SUV
– Rebranded company to JBM Packaging
Acquired Spear Envelope
Continued expansion with secondary facility in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. The new location helps to significantly increase the growth potential of the Fair Chance Program.
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