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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


PAC Worldwide Adds Key Piece to the Sustainable Packaging Puzzle

(SEATTLE, WA) – Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Rethink. That’s the new mantra at PAC Worldwide, as the flexible protective packaging leader adds a fourth strategic pillar to the three “R’s of environmental sustainability.  And, to introduce its new 4-square model, the company is embarking on a major outreach initiative with employees, customers, vendors and related partners


PAC Worldwide: 2018 Association of Plastic Recyclers Demand Champion

A program designed to expand market demand for recycled plastics has generated almost 7 million pounds of new demand in it’s first year. The APR Recycling Demand Champions Campaign, created by the Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) in 2017 to develop new markets for recycled plastics, announced the results at the APR annual meeting in


PAC Worldwide to Create More Than 160 New Manufacturing Jobs Through Expansion into Pennsylvania

PAC Worldwide will lease a more than 420,000-square-foot facility in Bethlehem. The project includes leasehold improvements, equipment acquisition, and training for its employees. PAC plans to invest more than $28 million into the project, which will create more than 160 new jobs over the next three years. “PAC Worldwide is thrilled to be locating our


PAC Worldwide Expands Contract Services and Fulfillment Operations

Leveraging years of experience in supplying its Fortune 500-dominated customer base with a full line of contract packaging solutions, PAC Worldwide has embarked on a major expansion of its Contract Services division.  The initiative, which targets companies looking for relief from inefficient and burdensome internal packaging and fulfillment, will be led by newly named Contract