Pemcor Packaging today announced significant enhancements to its head office and manufacturing facility in San Diego County, California.
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San Diego Paper Box Company has been renamed Pemcor Packaging. The new name reflects a change of ownership and is more aligned with the company’s strategy to pursue growth in a number of markets in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
In the fast-changing packaging world, one of the biggest challenges is keeping business-to-business customers well informed about packaging solutions and capabilities.
San Diego Paper Box Co. is now Pemcor Packaging. The name change is a result of new ownership, according to the company, and closely reflects its strategy to pursue growth in a number of markets in the U.S., Mexico and Canada.
Laura Leebrick, a manager at Rogue Disposal & Recycling in southern Oregon, is standing on the end of its landfill watching an avalanche of plastic trash pour out of a semitrailer: containers, bags, packaging, strawberry containers, yogurt cups.
In an era where ‘unboxing’ videos get millions of views, attention to packaging details has become quite significant. Impressive product packaging can say much more about a brand’s ethos and make a positive impact on the customers’ purchase decisions.
While Donald Trump’s trade war with China has already caused losses for American farmers, its impact is now starting to trickle down into a surprising market: the cardboard box.
A Colgate-Palmolive plant in Valencia, Venezuela, stopped operating this week due to a shortage of cardboard needed for packaging, said Carlos Rodriguez, an employee union leader.
The City of San Diego on Monday took final action on a proposal to ban Styrofoam food and beverage containers. By a vote of 5-3, the council members passed a ordinance which would outlaw polystyrene containers, also known as Styrofoam.
Single-use plastics have become the focal point for our frustration with plastic waste. Doug Woodring from the Ocean Recovery Alliance wrote in a recent article, “Switching to alternatives might not save the world but the use of single-use plastics sends a distinct message to customers that the brand and its management is not on top […]