Flexible Packaging recently caught up with Carl Joachim, ePac CMO, for an update on the company’s all-digital platform and how it has been received by the industry in the year-plus since its inception.
By becoming a one-stop shop for all things flexible packaging, Consolidated Packaging Group has skyrocketed to new heights.
October 1, 2017
Consolidated Packaging Group (CPG) prides itself on fast time to market, quality and a high level of customer service. But perhaps the Ridgefield Park, New Jersey-based printer/converter's biggest competitive advantage is how diversified it is in its business.
Grocery stores today are now stocked more than ever with freshly prepared meals that are ready to go for consumers. In fact, prepared meals have become a $29 billion-a-year business, growing twice as fast as overall grocery store sales, according to a 2016 Consumer Reports article.
This year’s PACK EXPO, which is making its biennial pit stop in Las Vegas at the Las Vegas Convention Center from September 25-27, is poised to deliver on that experience in ways that it has never done before.
For about the past decade, Providence, Rhode Island-based Admiral Packaging – a fourth-generation family-owned printer/converter – has made it a point to focus on lean manufacturing as a means of streamlining efficiency and removing waste from its operations.
In today’s eco-conscious society, businesses and consumers alike strongly care about products that are manufactured using sustainable practices. Brands, suppliers, retailers, printers and consumers all want to claim that they are green and doing their part to take care of the planet.
Quick changes are the core business of Netherlands-based Wesselink Drukwerk, a flexible packaging printer working in the food and non-food sectors. From the outset, Wesselink Drukwerk has used offset printing. It still considers the printing technology crucial to its success.
It’s an odd-numbered year, which means it’s an ICE USA year. The biennial trade show returns to Orlando, Florida’s Orange County Convention Center from April 25-27. The following week, about 2,000 miles west, FTA InfoFlex will be held at the Phoenix Convention Center May 1-2.