Providing excellent customer service and an impressive selection of high-quality packaging materials for more than 85 years, Montreal-based Canadian Paper & Packaging Company, together with Arcadian Paper Converters, are working toward the growth of their business with a focus on sustainable packaging.
Wrapping Products in Sustainability
For some companies, ‘sustainability’ is little more than a buzzword. For Sonoco, sustainable packaging, programs and services are integral to every part of the business, including packaging design, sourcing and end-of-life.
Charter Next Generation
A Better Way of Packaging
With corporate headquarters in Chicago, Illinois, 14 state-of-the-art-facilities in Wisconsin, Ohio, Massachusetts, and South Carolina, 1,900 employees, and more than 100 extrusion lines, Charter Next Generation (CNG) has emerged as North America’s leading producer of high-performance, engineered, specialty films used in flexible packaging.
Engage Technologies Corporation
How Do You Package Innovation? This Is the Company to Ask.
Engage Technologies Corporation is a renowned manufacturer of comprehensive packaging solutions. But it is how this company innovates both its processes and its products that is its true claim to fame.
Mainway Handling Systems
Complete Automated Solutions
Since 1988, Mainway Handling Systems has been creating dependable, advanced conveyor systems and automated warehouse solutions from its headquarters in Burlington, Ontario. Mainway provides systems design, installation, and integration services for multiple logistics industries including warehousing and distribution, logistics, freight, parcel, food, beverage, automotive and manufacturing. “Mainway and our dedicated team offer a complete service,” says Marketing Specialist Matthew Pereira. The company’s one-stop, turnkey approach has helped the business earn its place in the industry.
PMMI: The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies
90 Years of Packaging Vision
In a global market where sustainability increasingly drives everything from consumption to manufacturing, creating sustainable packaging while keeping stakeholders connected is often a more complex matter than one might imagine. James Pittas, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies (PMMI), shares some thoughts on the realities that underscore innovative packaging—specifically plastic, its lifecycle, and what it takes to keep stakeholders across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico engaged.
Flexible Packaging Association
Unwrapping Flexible Packaging: The Association Behind the Brands
n an era of climate change and its related disasters, the environmental sustainability of packaging has become a concern for most global citizens, not only for lobbyists and forward-thinking manufacturers. The Flexible Packaging Association (FPA) is acutely aware of the urgent need for innovation in the field and the obligation to cut down on waste.
Advocating for Change
Florida-based ALLIEDFLEX Technologies is an American packaging machinery supplier and advocate for flexible packaging. President and Chief Executive Officer Dennis Calamusa remembers it as little more than a home office when it began in January 2002. Today, the company provides machinery that specializes in creating flexible packaging solutions,...
Sustainable Packaging Is the Name of the Game
Actively engaging with over one million North Americans daily is but a dream for most businesses. For Acorn Packaging of Mississauga, Ontario, however, it is a reality. The company is a specialist converter of sophisticated, high-performance packaging trusted by leaders in the consumer goods, food and beverage, and industrial fields for some of the best packaging products in the world. Its impressive selection of traditional and sustainable packaging options is seen on major national retailer shelves across North America.
Layfield Flexible Films
Protection Through Packaging
Layfield Flexible Films, based in Richmond, BC, stands out among domestic producers by offering sustainable premium packaging solutions. They utilize advanced equipment, processes, and a rigorous quality control program. As a vertically integrated company, Layfield’s Flexible Film group provides complete technical services, prepress and graphics, world-class blown film, high-resolution printing, solvent-free lamination, slitting, and advanced conversion equipment. Their offerings support various flexible film and packaging formats.
Kuraray America, Inc.
Innovation in Packaging
After nearly a century in business, the Kuraray Group has grown into a global leader in special materials technology, fiber, resin, and film production. Its goal is to develop innovative, sustainable solutions and cleaner technologies that will improve the natural environment and enhance quality of life for people around the world. This includes innovative packaging. The goal is to help transform customers’ businesses and make a real impact within the markets they serve.
Federal Foam Technologies
Investing in the Future
With its origins going back over 75 years, Federal Foam Technologies, Inc. is a company with a rich heritage and a bright future. Far from resting on its laurels, Federal Foam doesn’t rely on its reputation to generate progress but instead continues to invest in itself to the benefit of the company, its employees, and its customers.
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