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PAC Worldwide Executive Steve Foster Named President

          (SEATTLE, WA) – PAC Worldwide, a global leader in flexible packaging, announces the promotion of Steve Foster to President, effective immediately.  The announcement was made at the company’s headquarters in Seattle by PAC Worldwide CEO Jim Boshaw.  In his new role, Mr. Foster will continue to oversee sales, marketing, and


PAC Associate Director of Systems Featured In Flexible Packaging Magazine

Demand for flexible packaging continues to rise with the rise of e-commerce. Our Associate Director of Systems, Greg Williams, breaks down how adopting automation can transform your business with our recent article in Flexible Packaging magazine. “As consumers embrace the ease and convenience of buying online, demand for flexible packaging continues to charge ahead at double-digit growth


Senior Packaging Specialist to Help Lead Automated Systems at PAC Worldwide

(SEATTLE, WA) – PAC Worldwide Corporation has named Greg Williams to serve as Associate Director of Systems. The industry veteran, who brings more than 12 years of experience in materials and equipment sales, will oversee the flexible packaging leader’s automation systems business across North America and Mexico. Mr. Williams will focus on introducing more e-commerce


PAC Worldwide Makes Contribution to the American Red Cross Ready 365 Giving Circle

Pledge of Ongoing Support Enables Red Cross to Provide Help and Hope (SEATTLE, WA) — PAC Worldwide, headquartered in Redmond, WA, is being recognized by the American Red Cross today for supporting Red Cross Biomedical Services as an Annual Corporate Member. Annual Corporate Members pledge donations on an ongoing basis to support the Red Cross’s


PAC Worldwide Rolls Out Solution to Holiday Packaging Waste

100% Recyclable Material in Manufacturer’s PACjacket3™ Automated Packaging System Takes Aim at 6 Million Ton Increase in Household Waste Over the Holidays    (SEATTLE, WA) – With between $128 billion and $134 billion in holiday e-commerce transactions forecasted this season,* trash bins will be overflowing with discarded packaging — much of it non-recyclable. Thanks to the