The International Corrugated Packaging Foundation (ICPF) is excited to announce Green Bay Packaging, longtime supporter, has pledged an additional $100,000 to support the foundation’s programs and services.
“ICPF is grateful to have the continued support of Green Bay Packaging,” said ICPF President Caitlin Salaverria. “In addition to the time and valuable input that Green Bay Packaging commits to the foundation through serving on our Board of Directors, we appreciate this pledge which will allow us to continue the foundation’s work to grow the labor force of the corrugated packaging industry.”
ICPF is currently strengthening existing programs and services, while expanding their work to address other critical needs. This has included creating a social media presence, building partnerships with the education community, beginning to expand student and faculty knowledge at trade schools and community colleges, and developing marketing/communications tools to promote the many benefits of choosing a career in corrugated packaging.
“We are happy to continue our support of the ICPF. Growing the labor force of the future for the corrugated industry is key to the future growth and sustainability of our great industry. ICPF plays a leading role in promoting the industry to the workforce of tomorrow. We are excited about ICPF’s new leadership and passionate approach to continue this mission,” said Bryan Hollenbach, Executive Vice President, Green Bay Packaging.
Green Bay Packaging is an integrated, full-service manufacturer producing custom corrugated packaging, folding cartons, and coated label products throughout 38 nationwide locations. Green Bay Packaging sustainably manages over 250,000 acres of timberlands to achieve a high standard of environmental stewardship. Since 1933, Green Bay Packaging’s dedication to the environment, their customers, and the paper industry has guided them to develop innovative processes that promote sustainability and increase manufacturing efficiencies that result in best-in-class product quality.
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