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Green Bay Packaging Earns 'Manufacturing Awards of Distinction'

Green Bay Packaging

Feb. 3, 2018 - Green Bay Packaging recently accepted this year's 2017 Manufacturing Awards of Distinction presented by the Greater Green Bay Chamber and Advance, its economic development department. The Chamber is a convener, bringing together resources to enhance economic, workforce and community development. They are the champions of business development for Greater Green Bay.

The Chamber's 'Manufacturing Awards of Distinction' recognize companies in the northeast Wisconsin region who, according to the Chamber, “are thriving – and growing – in the face of tough times, creating jobs, increasing sales, moving into international markets.”

Will Kress, President and CEO of Green Bay Packaging, said, “We are thrilled to be recognized among the best companies in our region. Our team is truly focused on delivering great customer service by running safe, clean and extremely efficient Manufacturing Operations across the country. We can do this by continually re-investing in our operations and employing and empowering the best workforce.”

Green Bay Packaging has remained consistent since 1933, keeping their founder, George F. Kress's, vision alive. Green Bay Packaging's locations are strategically placed with 35 of its plants in the U.S. and Mexico — five of those plants are in Green Bay — and a total of nine plants in Wisconsin.

Green Bay Packaging maintains strong environmental and social responsibilities through its sustainability commitment; optimizing resources, being aware of the balance on economic, social, and environmental goals and producing quality and innovative products.

Green Bay Packaging is a family-owned, vertically integrated company consisting of corrugated container plants, folding cartons, recycled and virgin linerboard mills, pressure-sensitive label roll stock, specialty converting operations, timberlands, and a sawmill facility. To learn more, please visit: gbp.com.

SOURCE: Green Bay Packaging