In this month’s Printpack Associate Spotlight, Sherry Poling's career journey started when she joined Printpack 34 years ago to fill in for somebody on medical leave, she did not know much about the company or the business but could tell there was an opportunity for learning and growth. Today, she is a Customer Service Team Leader in Greensburg, Indiana where she manages a team of four Customer Demand Analysts. Read more about Sherry's impactful journey at Printpack.
With new sustainable packaging ideas being dreamed up every day, brands that work with manufacturers that have in-house testing capabilities can be the first to bring these new technologies to market. Read how our industry-leading innovative research, pilot plant, and analytical lab bring an edge to the future in packaging.
Listen in on Spot Radio's Sterile Packaging Podcast as Amy Stewart, Product Development Manager of Printpack Medical and Program Leader for the IoPP Medical Device Packaging Technical Committee promotes the upcoming Fundamentals of Medical Device Packaging course, and more!
In this month’s Printpack Career Blog, Pamela's career journey at Printpack seeks ways to provide greater value and go beyond the ordinary while supporting her colleagues and encouraging teamwork. “Every day is a learning experience here. I have gained new skills and expanded my knowledge of the packaging industry."
Before choosing a packaging type to use for your product, it's crucial to understand its advantages and its impact on both product integrity and consumer perceptions. Learn about the top three packaging formats that dominate the industry by reducing costs, supporting sustainability, and maintaining product quality while also considering elements of custom packaging.
In this month’s Printpack Career Blog, Amani explained Printpack enhanced her career in helped her in "There are so many ways. “Socially, because I’m working with different backgrounds, personalities, and skill levels. From a technical perspective, I get to learn so much from operators and various other people who have been at Printpack for many years.”
Brands that support worthy initiatives are at the forefront of limit-edition packaging product purchases. Historically, packaging design ideas have been a great catalyst for effectively articulating a brand's purpose and social causes; all the while shaping memorable experiences for consumers.
The Future Leaders in Packaging (FLiP) Mentorship program pairs plastics professionals under the age of 40 with volunteer mentors from throughout PLASTICS’ member companies. In Hannah Smith, Sr. Product Development Engineer case, she was paired with Monica Filyaw, Director of Quality, Safety and Regulatory Affairs for PolyQuest. Monica brought plenty of experience to the table both from her corporate life and from the PLASTICS perspective; she is the first woman to chair the association’s Food, Drug and Cosmetic Packaging Materials Committee.
The market is crowded with digital strategies, so it’s time to get creative with how your brand wants to enter the larger mobile consumer culture with smart packaging like adding QR Codes and other innovative ways!
In 1987, the United Nations released a lengthy report known as “The Brundtland Report”. One of the key takeaways from this report was the three pillars of Sustainability, which are now used across businesses, governments, and NGOs. Sustainability can only be achieved when the solution is viable socially, environmentally, and economically.