Trade association adds to its membership companies involved in the manufacture of packaging, processing and related converting machinery, commercially-available packaging machinery components, containers and materials in the U.S. and Canada.
New website aims to set the record straight on paper bags and sustainability.
Permanent closure puts a lot of people out of work in New Westminster.
A Canadian Corrugated and Containerboard Association seminar offers frank discussion regarding the sticky-wicket facing the corrugated container industry and its quest for wax replacement technologies.
Edge crush test now considered an effective option to burst strength regarding shipping boxes for wine and liquor - a coup for greener packaging.
Upgraded mill will become first high-performance lightweight recycled paper mill in North America.
New name to better reflect corrugated business of its members.
PPEC says paper providers want to recycle and use them again.
New companies added to association's swelling membership.
Leading Canadian frozen-foods processor helping to stem the tide of ocean resource depletion with fair fishing practices and certified, eco-sensitive consumer packaging
Packaging adhesives evolve in step with rising environmental and supply concerns
Thriving Toronto craft brewer taking its growth to the next level with modern packaging automation technologies
Cascades offers new 100 per cent recycled Christmas tree.
Mill closure in Burnaby puts 100 people out of work.
The acquisition of the Dow Chemical Polypropylene Business, including plants in the USA and Europe, expands Braskem´s global industrial footprint.
Packaging and tissue converter to purchase remaining 50 per cent of shares for $85 million.
Ernie Dascoli to head up regional west coast sales.
New mill in Niagara Falls will increase linerboard production.
Canada's longest-running national packaging exhibition wows exhibitors and visitors alike.
Upfront - an editorial look at the packaging industry
$3.5-million project boosts production capacity by 40 per cent.