ATLANTA, July 17, 2018 (PRNewswire) -Veritiv Corporation, a North American leader in business-to-business distribution solutions, now offers a paperboard-based packaging option made with 100% sugarcane bagasse fibers, an annually renewable, tree-free fiber source that is both recyclable1and compostable2.
Veritiv teamed up with Carvajal Pulp and Paper to market Earth Pact® paperboard. Some Veritiv customers have already experienced the benefits of the Earth Pact® line of products. When one such customer, Biossance, with its brand promise of sustainability in skincare, sought new packaging, Veritiv offered a solution that reinforced Biossance's brand promise and position with Earth Pact®.
Biossance needed not only sustainable paperboard but also structural and graphic package designs, kitting services, transportation, warehousing services, and more. With its network of approximately 170 distribution centers, Veritiv proved to be the optimal supplier. Biossance's creative packaging won the coveted Audience Choice Award at the Cosmoprof North America Beauty Trade Show in 2017 and other major packaging awards.
With the Earth Pact® line of products and designers at Veritiv's packaging design centers, Veritiv is positioned to create new and sustainable package designs that stand out on the shelf, minimize dimensional weight and give customers an exceptional out-of-the box experience.
Veritiv Corporation, headquartered in Atlanta and a Fortune 500® company, is a leading North American business-to-business distributor of packaging, facility solutions, print and publishing products and services; and also a provider of logistics and supply chain management services. Serving customers in a wide range of industries, the Company has approximately 170 distribution centers throughout the U.S., Mexico and Canada, and employs approximately 8,900 team members worldwide who help shape the success of its customers.
1 Some consumers may not have access to recycling facilities for this type of product in their area.
2 Compostability varies by paper grade, coatings, and composting facility. This product may not be suitable for home composting, and appropriate facilities may not exist in all areas.