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BCM Inks pledges $25,000 donation to International Corrugated Packaging Foundation

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BCM Inks pledges $25,000 donation to International Corrugated Packaging Foundation

December 02, 2013 - 15:03

ALEXANDRIA, VA, Dec. 3, 2013 (Press Release) -

The International Corrugated Packaging Foundation (ICPF) has announced that BCM Inks has donated $25,000 to ICPF to recognize BCM's 25th anniversary this month.

"In grateful appreciation for the contributions BCM Inks' customers, suppliers, and associates have made to BCM's success over the past 25 years, BCM is pleased to make this anniversary donation to ICPF", said David Callif, BCM Inks' President & owner. "We see this contribution as a meaningful way to support the industry and ICPF's educational initiatives that are helping to ensure a positive future for the corrugated packaging and POP industry".

BCM Inks USA, Inc. was established in December, 1988 in Cincinnati, Ohio. BCM Inks is a leader in the manufacture and marketing of environmentally sensitive water flexo printing inks for value added corrugated postprint. BCM markets its products throughout the United States, Mexico, and Central and South America. BCM Inks is committed to improving the corrugated industry's direct print capabilities through innovative and environmentally sensitive products, superior technical expertise, technological advancement, exceptional service, and education.

ICPF Chairman, Tom Walton (Senior, Vice President, Packaging Corporation of America) thanked BCM Inks for its donation. "We are proud of ICPF's work in corrugated education and its success in the promotion of careers in our industry. Without the support of firms like BCM Inks, this ongoing work would not be possible. We wish to thank both David and Rob Callif for the innovative recognition of ICPF in their corporation's silver anniversary celebration."