The Millcraft story just keeps getting better
Family is a word that’s often misused, or overused. At Millcraft, however, it’s simply the truth — a continuing family story of devotion to craft, quality, and service, while always evolving and innovating to make doing business easier. We hold strong to our principles of honesty, loyalty, and integrity. These are the common threads that tie our rich history to our dynamic present. And why Millcraft, amid the most cutting edge paper and packaging products and technology, will always feel like family.
Where we’re going
We believe in innovation and evolution. But we’ll never stray from the values central to our long-lasting relationships with clients, suppliers, and communities. We are relentless in our drive to find fresh solutions for clients and implement new technologies. Sometimes, our clients’ demands drive our expansion into new markets. We help your ideas grow from seed to fruition, together.
What we believe
Accessibility, flexibility, creativity, at Millcraft, we have grown a business for nearly a century based on these ideals. We are family owned and Midwest strong, committed to supporting our communities because these are our homes. We hold strong to our principles, which tie us to our rich history and serve as a platform for innovation and growth.
We care. We know. We evolve. We deliver.
Our team is an extension of your business. Whatever you need, we’re here. Just ask.
Some things don’t change. We are the same hometown paper merchants our loyal clients have always known. But today we look different, with a firm regional footprint and a strong network of partners with international capabilities.
Pauline and Harold Keil started Millcraft in 1920 with a simple philosophy: honor the customer relationship. Three generations of women owners have carried on those Millcraft values for nearly 100 years. Today, Millcraft is steered by Travis Mlakar, President, who continues to focus on family and community while forwarding innovation and leading the company into new, promising markets.