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Plastic Bag Printers Resources
American Plastic Council
Plastics Council (APC) is a major trade association for the United
States plastics industry working to ensure that plastics are recognized
as a preferred material by actively demonstrating they are a responsible
choice in a more environmentally conscious world. To accomplish our mission
we demonstrate the benefits of plastic products like plastic
bags and packaging
supplies and the contributions of the plastics industry to the
society it serves. We also demonstrate that plastics are an efficient
use of natural resources and that plastics and the industry are part of
the solution to the public's environmental performance expectations. Our
members are among the nation's largest manufacturers of plastics. APC
also includes seven business units and an affiliated trade association,
each comprised of APC members and customers whose purpose is to address
technical and public policy issues specific to their products. Our business
units include; Alliance for the
Polyurethanes Industry (API), Polycarbonate Business Unit, Polystyrene
Packaging Council (PSPC), Spray
Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA), Foamed Polystyrene Alliance
(FPSA), Polyolefins Fire Performance Council, and
Expandable Polystyrene Resin Suppliers Council (ERSC). The
Vinyl Institute (VI) is our affiliated trade association.
Film and Bag Federation
The Film and Bag Federation
(FBF) is a business unit of the Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc.
(SPI) that actively promotes the growth of the plastic film and plastic
bag industry. The SPI is the only trade association that
represents all segments of our industry and the FBF is the only group
that speaks for the plastic film and
plastic bag industry on both national -- and regional -- levels.
FBF membership includes companies that are in the plastic
bags segment of the industry as well as those in the film sector.
There is important synergy between the two groups as issues and concerns
that affect one, affect the other.
Flexible Packaging Association
As the leading trade organization for flexible packaging converters
and suppliers, the Flexible
Packaging Association is helping its members meet the business
challenges of the 21st century. Browse this site to learn more about the
packaging supplies industry
as well as our organization and members.
Food Service and Packaging Institute
Serving the single-use food service packaging industry for over 65
years, the Food Service& Packaging
Institute is the material-neutral trade association for manufacturers,
suppliers, packaging supplies
and distributors of single-use food service packaging products, as well
as others associated with the industry.
Institute of Packaging Professionals
of Packaging Professionals strives to be a central unifying force
in packaging matters in North America, and to be a leading and authoritative
packaging association for the benefit of its members, the packaging community
supplies companies, and society. The Institute
of Packaging Professionals is dedicated to the proposition that
packaging is a positive, environmentally responsible and economically
efficient force, operating in a modern economic society for the benefit
and improved well-being of its people. The Institute
of Packaging Professionals is committed to global leadership in
packaging, which can be achieved only through the continuing education
and growth of its members and other packaging professionals. The
Packaging Professionals is operated with rigorous quality standards,
reinforced by continuous improvement and growth in the organization, its
activities and operations. The Institute
of Packaging Professionals is working with a dedicated team of
volunteer leaders and employed staff, which collaborate efficiently and
effectively for the betterment of packaging, the packaging community,
Packaging Professionals and all of us as individuals;
Institute of Packaging
Professionals is maintaining timely and efficient communications
among themselves and all other interested parties.
serves the needs of the professionals representing all segments of the
global plastics industry by providing content and services designed to
engage, inform and educate its members. This industry leading community
engages plastics professionals i.e. plastic
bags executives in the ultimate peer-to-peer experience,
providing actionable information, tools and services to help members get
their jobs done. Plastics.com
has the unique combination of in-house, world class web development and
plastics domain expertise, as well as the most valuable internet location
within the industry; www.plastics.com.
The core management team has worked together on plastics internet projects
since 1994 and is building an ambitious site that will embrace all materials,
all processes and all plastics professionals worldwide. "Plastics.com
provides trusted advice, content and services for busy plastics professionals
through its community-oriented web site," said Greg Koski, CEO of
audience is of extremely high value to our industry partners by virtue
of their job functions, influence, and need for highly credible, real-time
information. Having achieved this momentum, we are now beginning phase
two which is a staged roll out of procurement services and other marketplace
revenue channels. This effort began third quarter 2000 and projects through
the end of 2002." Plastics.com,
Inc., was founded in 2000 and is headquartered just outside of Boston,
Mass. It is privately-held and incorporated in Massachusetts and Delaware.
Society of the Plastic Industry
Founded in 1937, the Society
of the Plastics Industry, Inc. is the trade association representing
one of the largest manufacturing industries in the United States. SPI's
1,500 members represent the entire plastics industry supply chain, including
processors, machinery, plastic
bags and equipment manufacturers and raw material suppliers. The
U.S. plastics industry employs more than 1.5 million workers and provides
more than $330 billion in annual shipments. The mission of the Society
of the Plastics Industry is to be a world class trade association
representing the entire plastics industry in a way that promotes the development
of the plastics industry and enhances the public's understanding of its
contributions while meeting the needs of society and providing value to
Michigan State University School of Packaging
The Michigan State
University School of Packaging is a great information resource
for anyone thinking of entering the packaging
supplies industry. The School
of Packaging supports the industry
of packaging and packaging
supplies by educating students who are interested in employment
in the industry, by conducting research to solve packaging problems and
develop new technology which can be used by the industry, and by providing
adult education programs and other services to the industry.
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology interdisciplinary packaging
science program, leading to the bachelor of science degree, provides educational
opportunities for men and women seeking careers in the multifaceted packaging
industry. Graduates are prepared for initial employment in such areas
as package engineering, development, sales, purchasing, structural design,
plastic bags and
packaging supplies companies and marketing.
San Jose State University
Packaging is an exciting, dynamic profession that uniquely involves
business, technology, design, and environment. Packaging professionals,
supplies and plastic
bags executives bring to market innovative, cost-effective packaging
that allows their companies to attract new customers and increase their
business. They are developing revolutionary new food and drug packages
that will extend the life of perishable products so they can safely be
shipped all over the world.
Careers in Packaging
Packaging is the nation's third largest industry, and it is growing.
Packaging graduates are in such a demand that, typically, each graduate
has three job offers on graduation. Since SJSU is one of only
ten packaging programs in the US, our graduates are among the most sought
after and highly paid of college graduates.
Packaging graduates are hired to:
- Design and develop new products and packages
- Engineer and manage automated production and distribution systems
- Manage the purchasing, control and disposal of packaging, packaging
supplies and other materials
- Market and sell package materials, packaging
supplies and equipment.
Information, News & Resources
Modern Plastics provides readers
with vital information:
- Exclusive industry news necessary for business executives to succeed
in this dynamic global market.
- In-depth and timely reporting on all aspects of the plastics industry
from processing to resins to equipment to services, e-business, and
- Special reports on key product categories and growing markets worldwide.
- Directories focusing on specific industry segments.
Packexpo.com is a web
site devoted to the packaging industry. It is for suppliers and buyers
of packaging machinery, plastic
bags materials, components and services. It is for the seasoned
CEO and the person sitting down to his or her first day on the job. It
is for anyone who works in this challenging and innovative business. It
is a place that is going to help all of us to be smarter, to do our jobs
better, and to communicate more effectively. The information you need
at your fingertips, to meet the demands your day places in front of you,
is right here, available from the convenience of your own computer.
The Packaging Network
is and online publication for the packaging industry: daily news updates,
new product information, feature articles, buyers guide, bookstore, career
Packaging Strategies Magazine
Since 1983, Packaging Strategies
has delivered to the world's packaging leaders, the kind of inside, informed
news and analysis that cannot be found anywhere else in the world of packaging.
We cover the tough issues, the ones other publications and conferences
are afraid to touch. But, without this hard-to-get knowledge, you're missing
the whole story -- you're not operating with all the facts.
Our valued Packaging Strategies
customers are the most influential people in packaging and they
depend on us for something that goes beyond information... they expect
us to tell them what it all means. We move our customers to the next level
in packaging information with three service centers:
Plastic Encounter Trade Shows
marketplaces where professionals conduct the business of the global plastics
industry through exhibits and conferences that provide unprecedented networking
Encounter has two shows scheduled in major industry markets in
2004 -- Plastics Encounter
Southeast is set for March 23-25 at the Charlotte Convention
Center in Charlotte, N.C., and
Plastics Encounter Midwest will be held June 22-24 at the I-X
Center in Cleveland, Ohio. These will be the only trade shows in the U.S.
during 2004 devoted strictly to the plastics industry.
Both shows will include first-class conference and seminar programs plus
unique networking opportunities for plastic
bags and packaging
The Southeast and Midwest regions were picked for shows in 2004 because
both areas have important concentrations of processing plants. North Carolina
itself ranks eighth in the country in plastics
supplies shipments and the Midwest has higher industry employment
and shipments than any other region.
The shows in 2004 will build on the successful Plastics
Encounter Indianapolis event in 2002. There are no Plastics
Encounter shows scheduled for 2003 to allow exhibitors to focus
on the National Plastics Exposition.
News continues its highly regarded Executive Forum series in 2003
with a program Jan. 26-29 designed for top-level officials from plastics
processing companies, their customers and suppliers. Learn and network
in a spectacular setting - the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort, nestled
behind a pristine desert mountain preserve.
Click here for initial program details and speaker information.
The 7th annual PN Processor of the Year Award, sponsored by Ernst &
Young, also will be presented at a Jan. 27 reception at the Forum.
PlasticsNews.com is the online complement to
Plastics News, a Crain Communications
New.com, founded in 1989, is a weekly business newspaper serving
more than 60,000 readers in a variety of managerial positions. The newspaper
is based in Akron, Ohio and is staffed by more than 40 people in a variety
of editorial, sales and administrative roles. To learn more about the
people behind Plastics
News visit our
Contact us page.
Since founding Plastics
News in 1989, we have been devoting our best efforts to reporting
the news of the plastics industry like plastic
bags completely, promptly and accurately.
We believe that the plastics industry in North America is served best
with a timely, independent news service covering all segments of the industry
supplies. We expanded this service in 1996 when we launched
as the global plastics industry's premier online site for breaking news
and market data.
Chamber of Commerce and Business Associations