The company's entire shareholder community consists of the 130 living descendants of founder Elisha D. Smith, a Rhode Island businessman who moved to Wisconsin and took over the struggling pail start-up and ran it himself, delivering products by horse-drawn wagon.Read more
Based at Kennedy Way, Delta designs and manufactures printed carton packaging primarily for the retail food, consumer electronics, household goods, dairy, pharmaceutical and food service sectors.Read more
The conference, which is billed as the meeting place for the European recovered paper industry, is taking place in Milan, Italy, from 29th-30th October.Read more
The new U.S. corrugated industry life cycle assessment (LCA) study shows a significant 32 percent reduction per unit in the industry’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions between 2006 and 2010. Dennis Colley, executive director of the Corrugated Packaging Alliance (CPA), spoke last week on the study findings during the AICC and TAPPI Corrugated Week in Long Beach, Calif.Read more
C&M Conveyor announced today a $2.7 Million investment on a building expansion to consolidate its manufacturing operations in Mitchell, IN and to open a new engineering/design center in Bloomington, IN.
“Bringing all of our manufacturing under one roof will provide the company with a more efficient work flow and greater flexibility to respond to future customer requests,” said Don Laipple, CEO.
Harold G. Craddock, cofounder of Triad Packaging, Conover, N.C.; Bristol, Tenn.; and Athens, Ala.; and a partner in Chambers Container, Gastonia, N.C., passed away on Friday, September 12, after a long illness. He was 76. He was an active member of AICC since 1983, attending many national and regional meetings with his wife Joanne “Jo” Craddock, who predeceased him in 2013. Lee Shillito, a longtime business partner of Mr. Craddock, said, “Harold was a great business partner for 30 years and a true friend and mentor for 44 years. I miss him greatly.”Read more