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Scodix Joins the Paperboard Packaging Council

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

SPRINGFIELD, MA - The Paperboard Packaging Council (PPC) recently announced that Scodix, Ltd. has joined the association.

Founded in 2007, Scodix provides digital print enhancement presses to folding carton converters and printers. Scodix presses offer finishing elements up to 250 microns high, digital foil and metallic effects, glitter enhancements, braille capabilities, unique textures, and more—all in a single pass. Additionally, the finishing enhancements are non-toxic, recyclable, and free of VOCs. Scodix presses use less energy than traditional systems, reduce carbon footprints, and are operator safe.

“A warm welcome to Scodix from the Board, staff, and membership,” said Ben Markens, President of PPC. “I hope they use their access to PPC’s highly-rated conferences and other programs to exceed their organizational goals and build deep relationships within the industry.”

PPC members enjoy access to exclusive industry benchmarking reports, studies, webinars, and legislative updates. They also have opportunities to attend informative conferences and training sessions and participate in publicity-generating programs such as TICCIT and the North American Paperboard Packaging Competition. In addition, supplier members can promote their products or services through sponsorships and multimedia presentations at biannual conferences, or can serve as thought leaders at educational programs such as PPC’s Folding Carton Boot Camp.

To learn more about the value of a PPC membership, visit paperbox.org/member.


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