Pemcor Packaging Name Announcement

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. Read more

Pemcor Packaging’s Redesigned Website

In the fast-changing packaging world, one of the biggest challenges is keeping business-to-business customers well informed about packaging solutions and capabilities. Read more

San Diego Paper Box Co. Renamed Pemcor Packaging

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. Read more

How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled

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. Read more

Top Ten Manufacturing Solution Providers 2020

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. Read more

City of San Diego approves ban on styrofoam containers

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. Read more

Packaging recycling: Is this the sipping point?

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 of an issue of growing global importance.” Read more