DS Smith to showcase corrugated solutions for produce packaging at 2019 Southeast Regional Fruit & Vegetable Conference in Savannah, GA from Jan 11-12, 2019

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DS Smith to showcase corrugated solutions for produce packaging at 2019 Southeast Regional Fruit & Vegetable Conference in Savannah, GA from Jan 11-12, 2019

December 21, 2018 - 00:35

COLUMBIA, SC, Dec. 20, 2018 (PRWeb) -DS Smith will showcase a full line of innovative corrugated solutions for produce, such as Greencoat®, the revolutionary wax-free, 100% recyclable coated box, as well as retail-ready packaging options and high-end graphics offerings.

Greencoat provides farmers, wholesalers, and retailers with a fully recyclable corrugated package that performs as well as wax in cold and wet environments, and DS Smith’s retail-ready packaging options enable farmers to showcase their brand with durable, multi-color graphics.

“For farmers, their brand is their box, and they need every box to make it to market,” said Jeff Cormier, Global Business Development Manager for DS Smith North America Packaging and Paper Division. “We get that, and our complete line of packaging options ensures we have an affordable, targeted solution for every challenge, from fully recyclable, non-wax to traditional offerings.”

To discuss your produce packaging challenges or get more details about DS Smith’s innovative and sustainable produce packaging, please contact Jeff Cormier at Jeff.Cormier@dssmith.com, visit DS Smith at the Southeast Regional Fruit & Vegetable Conference, booth #437/439, or learn more at dssmith.com/us/produce.

About DS Smith

DS Smith (http://www.dssmith.com) is a $5bn corrugated packaging company operating in 37 countries, providing access to a unique global network of resources and experience. DS Smith North America Packaging and Paper division is local and efficient, with creative Packaging Strategists located throughout our 16 manufacturing plants and 12 warehouses in the New England, Mid-Atlantic, East and South regions of the U.S., ready to solve your most difficult packaging challenge.