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McLean Packaging 12th Converter to Join the Paperboard Packaging Council in 2015

Thursday, November 05, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

SPRINGFIELD, MA - McLean Packaging Corp. recently joined the Paperboard Packaging Council (PPC), the premier association for folding carton converters and rigid box manufacturers in the U.S., Canada, and internationally. McLean Packaging joins 11 other converters that became PPC members in 2015.

Founded in 1961 and headquartered in Moorestown, NJ, McLean Packaging designs and manufactures rigid boxes, folding cartons, thermoform trays, and corrugated cartons and displays for the cosmetic, confectionery, and high-end consumer goods packaging markets. McLean offers a variety specialty design elements, including metallic inks, dimensional and combination coatings, matte and high-gloss UV coatings, tag and label applications, silk screening, specialty hot stamping and embossing, and rigid and flexible windowing. In addition, their folding carton division is FSC,, SFI , and PEFC  certified, and they recycle over 95% of their inhouse waste.

“On behalf of the Board of Directors, I welcome the team from McLean Packaging to PPC,” said Ben Markens, PPC President. “We are excited to provide them with rigid box and folding carton support through specialty committees and other communities of interest.”

Representing approximately 80% of the industry by volume, PPC’s membership enjoy access to industry benchmarking reports, studies, and webinars, legislative updates, opportunities to attend informative conferences and training sessions, and opportunities to participate in publicity-generating programs such as TICCIT and the North American Paperboard Packaging Competition.

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


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