Paperboard Packaging Council
The winners of the 75th annual North American Paperboard Packaging Competition represent some of the best paperboard packaging manufactured by North American converters during the past year.
Newcomers to the paperboard packaging industry learned about the process of carton converting during the PPC Folding Carton Boot Camp.
There are several reasons why now is a great time to be a printer of folding cartons and paperboard packaging. The Paperboard Packaging Council's (PPC) Spring Meeting highlighted paperboard's sustainability advantages, visual quality, protection capabilities and much more.
The Paperboard Packaging Council's popular Trees Into Cartons, Cartons Into Trees (TICCIT) program returns this spring to educate children about sustainability and the role that trees and paper can play.
The Paperboard Packaging Council's upcoming Spring Meeting will include a Women's Leadership Workshop, which will focus on successful negotiations. Dr. Ann Bowers-Evangelista, president of Llumos, LLC, will facilitate the workshop.
The Paperboard Packaging Council's Trees Into Cartons, Cartons Into Trees program provides folding carton converters with resources to educate local school children on paper recyclability and the importance of trees.
The Paperboard Packaging Council’s (PPC) Folding Carton Boot Camp, next taking place on June 9-10, 2015, in Springfield, MA, provides Millennials and other new packaging professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the design and manufacture of sustainable paperboard packaging.
Visitors to the Paperboard Packaging Council's Spring Outlook and Strategies Conference in Salt Lake City will also have the opportunity to tour the facilities at International Paperbox. The tour will include useful information from a peer member of the PPC.
Industry news on the package printing industry including Constantia Flexibles, Winston Packaging, Esko, the Flexographic Technical Association, AccuWeb, C&M Conveyor, IML Labels, Color-Logic, Mark Andy, Anderson & Vreeland, Harper Corporation of America, Xitron, and Ampac
Indications of a North American economic recovery are popping up everywhere. From a large jump in new orders by U.S. non-manufacturers to a continued increase in long-term housing demand, there is ample reason to be hopeful.