Home » ProAmpac Facility Receives Sustainability Carbon Certification
Midwest Packaging Sustainability

ProAmpac Facility Receives Sustainability Carbon Certification

ProAmpac

Cincinnati, Ohio-based ProAmpac, a global flexible packaging company, announced its Rocky Mount, Virginia, facility has received the International Sustainability Carbon Certification Plus.

It is a global sustainability certification system that supports the tracking of chemically recycled and bio-based polymers through the supply chain.

“The ISCC Plus certification, coupled with our ProActive Sustainability product offering, underscores ProAmpac’s commitment to helping brand owners and retailers meet their sustainability goals,” states Chad Murdock, president of its film and fiber division.

ProAmpac’s facility has film extrusion expertise. Processing conventional product formulas along with chemically recycled and bio-based alternative materials, the facility provides sustainable optionality for customers.

In addition, chemically recycled polymers can further reduce the use of virgin materials and are the only feedstock derived from post-consumer waste with the same purity and quality as virgin plastics available for food packaging.

“As more chemically recycled content becomes available and consumers better understand the sustainability benefits of the material, the ISCC Plus badge will become an important packaging differentiator,” said Jed Chubb, director of product development and blown film for ProAmpac. “ProAmpac is excited to couple our blown-film expertise with ISCC Plus certification, delivering more sustainable flexible packaging to market faster for our customers.”

Rocky Mount is ProAmpac’s second facility to earn ISCC Plus. The company’s Grimsby, U.K., location received certification in 2021.

To learn more about ProAmpac’s sustainable products portfolio, visit proampac.com/sustainability.

For more packaging news from The Shelby Report, click here.

Are You Meeting Shopper Demands In The Current Climate?

At an interesting time for American retailers, with consumer confidence low and inflation on the rise, David Wagstaff, VP North America, St Pierre Bakery, addresses why the challenges of the current climate present an opportunity for savvy retailers to engage shoppers through quality, consistency, and in-store experiences.

Learn More From St. Pierre

After the past two years of uncertainty and changed plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we all hoped that 2022 might bring back a sense of normalcy.

However, with government and independent data confirming 40 years of inflation highs and Wall Street entering a bear market, grocers now have new challenges to face.

In this webinar, Todd Taylor of Neighborhood Fresh and Darlene Murphy of Metcalfe’s Market talk with Eran Heral at AppCard about why shopper loyalty is so important in this time of inflation.

View Now

Featured Photos

Featured Photo Barons Market Flagship Store
Point Loma Community
Huntington Beach, California
Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap