On April 16, 2021, Printpack was awarded The Extension’s annual Dr. Karl Steinichen Award for Volunteer Service. The Extension is a non-profit, community-supported organization serving Cobb County and the entire metropolitan Atlanta area.
Printpack announces the launch of its Preserve™ line of breathable laminated film for fresh produce which is pre-qualified by the How2Recycle® organization. The film is comprised of all polyethylene and approved for in-store drop-off recycling.
Printpack Medical's General Manager, Randall Troutman explains how flexible packaging helps manufacturers strike a critical balance between durability and ease of use, whether shipping for COVID-19 or standard healthcare supply chains.
Innovation. At Printpack, it’s not just a platitude. Over the past 7 years, we’ve developed a 5-point approach that stimulates innovation, helping clients not only get to market more quickly but meet their sustainable packaging goals in ways that minimize risk and total net impact.
In a recent survey of large employers, Atlanta Business Chronicle named Printpack the third healthiest employer, citing the success of our health and wellness initiatives, as well as our proactive response to Covid-19.
To enhance the customers experience, Printpack launches the Xccelerator, a new customer self-service portal. Xccelerator offers Printpack’s customers a full suite of real-time self-service and reporting capabilities, including item inquiries, inventory inquiries, and the ability to place, track, and manage production and shipment orders.
Printpack is saddened to announce that Chairman Emeritus, Gay M. Love, passed away quietly and peacefully at her home on May 28, 2020, at the age of 90. Mrs. Love was the widow of the founder of Printpack, J. Erskine Love Jr. They married in 1954, two years before Printpack was founded in 1956.