Amtech's Cosmo DeNicola pledges $250,000 donation to International Corrugated Packaging Foundation

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Amtech's Cosmo DeNicola pledges $250,000 donation to International Corrugated Packaging Foundation

May 05, 2015 - 14:46

ALEXANDRIA, VA, April 27, 2015 (Press Release) - The international Corrugated Packaging Foundation (ICPF) is pleased to announce that Amtech Software has committed to a partnership pledge of $250,000 to support ICPF's education initiatives.

In his announcement of the contribution to ICPF, Amtech software owner Cosmo DeNicola stated "Amtech is excited to become an ICFP corporate partner and we are looking forward to supporting ICPF initiatives. As I celebrate my 40th year in the packaging industry, I fully understand the importance of giving back, especially to a program that plays such a large role in developing the future of our industry. The DeNicola family looks forward to contributing to the industry and ICPF for decades to come."

As a leading provider of business software to the corrugated packaging industry Amtech has a unique opportunity to contribute to the education among ICFP's college and university partners. Since its establishment in 1981, Amtech has been installed in over 1,000 packaging facilities.

ICPF Board member Ben DeSollar, CEO of Sumter Packaging, welcomed Amtech to the ICPF Partnership and thanked Cosmo for the corporation's pledge. "We appreciate this pledge of support from Amtech."

"The firm's investment at the Guarantor level further supports ICPF's work to enhance corrugated curricula at colleges and universities and attract the most qualified students to the corrugated packaging and displays industry", added Richard Flaherty, ICPF President. "Amtech's donation serves as another example of the special spirit many suppliers have in supporting the corrugated packaging and displays industry by stepping up with their assistance to ensure its bright future".