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216 S. Cahon Drive
Beverly Hills
CA, 90212
United States
Joe Taber

From Sales Representation to Packaging and Displays, We Will Represent Your Brand with Pride

We are a team dedicated to developing innovative solutions to help our customers sell more product and stand up against their competition in store and online.

Family owned and operated – we are here to help you succeed.

The initial concept of Berkley began in 1983 when Jeff Berkley founded Conceptual Design Industries as a designer and distributor of custom packaging in Irvine, California.

In 1995, Jeff formed Berkley Packaging as a contract packaging business to better support customer’s needs in-house. The following year, we purchased a local medical thermoforming company.

In 2012 we began manufacturing the premier sustainable packaging material, molded fiber in our Los Angeles plant.

With facilities throughout the country, we are an agile, family-owned company, combining decades of industry expertise, a highly-skilled staff and flex-labor execution teams to best serve the needs of our customers.


Creative, yet practical retail solutions. Berkley sets your brand apart. Berkley develops turnkey retail environments – including design, manufacturing and installation services.

76% of shoppers make purchase decisions in-store.

Have you invested adequate time and effort to engage shoppers inside your retail environment?

Successful retail environments and display executions integrate great design and shopper/consumer insights to create a true “win” for the customers, brands, and retailers.

Our services include:

  • Research and data insights
  • Retail design and store layout
  • Temporary + permanent displays
  • Engineering and design
  • Prototypes + comps
  • Manufacturing and sourcing
  • Assembly
  • Construction + install
  • Warehousing and logistics


With over 160,000 square feet of company run warehousing, we have the resources to support a 10-pallet pilot program or a 10,000 pallet every day item.

  • Labeling and relabeling
  • Collating
  • Blister packs
  • Sorting
  • Bundling
  • POP assembly
  • Bar code printing
  • Hand assembly
  • Shrink wrapping
  • E-commerce fulfillment
  • Shrink banding
  • Subscription boxes
  • l-bar sealer
  • Reverse logistics


Molded fiber is the most consumer identifiable packaging medium in the market. People just get it.

We in house manufacture 3 different types of molded fiber.

  • TYPE 2 - TRADITIONAL FIBER - Think your standard egg carton or wine tray. We use this to protect fragile items as industrial packaging.
  • TYPE 2 - PRESSED - An improved surface finish to the Type 2 parts with an increased dimensional tolerance to low cost traditional molded fiber solutions
  • TYPE 3 - THERMOFORMED FIBER - This type of fiber is dried in multiple heated pressing molds which gives us dense walls, minimum draft angles and remarkably smooth finishes. Berkley has the unique in-house capability to manufacture this type of fiber whom is a clear choice when presentation is key.

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Berkley is an official participant in the Amazon Packaging Support and Supplier Network (APASS)
08 March, 2019

Your partner for ecommerce packaging solutions

Working together to meet Amazon’s changing packaging requirements
By the Aug. 1, 2019 certification deadline, vendors will need to enroll their products/packages into Amazon’s Frustration-Free Packaging certification program (Tier 1-FFP or Tier 2-SIOC) and submit results of the ISTA Ships in Own Container (SIOC) test method.
What does that mean for your business?
As e-commerce continues to gain strength, packaging has become increasingly important as a large part of the customer experience. And brands need a packaging partner they can trust.
At Berkley, we focus on the best customer packaging experience.
We identify waste in the packaging stream to help reduce operational costs, materials, and damages to succeed in ecommerce.
  • Design, test and certify product/packaging to meet Amazon’s FFP, SIOC and PFP initiatives
  • Design to reduce packaging prep time and operational costs
  • In-house kitting and assembly operations to offset Prep-Free costs and unique SIOC verticals
  • Amazon will soon be enforcing their Frustration-Free Packaging guidelines.
So - if you want to avoid costly chargebacks and stay one step ahead of your competition, it’s time to get serious about your packaging.