• De Soto, Kan.-based Huhtamaki
Americas is celebrating the 65th anniversary of its Bulkan® container.
For more then seven decades, the company has led the industry in providing
frozen dessert packaging. In 1942, a bulk container, now known as the
Bulkan, was introduced for restaurants and ice cream dip stores to hold and
dispense frozen desserts. Now, 65 years later, the container built for
strength, rigidity, cleanliness and reliability, continues to be the
package of choice for most ice cream producers.
• Marshfield Wis.-based Nelson-Jameson
Inc. is celebrating its 60th anniversary as a business built on
top-quality service, flavored by Midwestern values and ethics. Besides a
traditional offering of MRO (maintenance, repair and operating), safety and
laboratory supplies, the company prides itself on stocking hard-to-find and
specialty items. Product lines also include food packaging and ingredients,
such as food coloring, enzymes, spices and peppers. This extensive line of
products allows them to offer the widest possible range of supply items
from a single source.
• Multivac Inc.
celebrate its 20th year as a local company in North America with a gala
Oktoberfest event held September 27 to 28 at its headquarters in Kansas
City, Mo. In addition, customers are invited to participate in the Multivac
Anniversary Golf tournament at nearby Staley Farms Golf Club. Those wishing
to attend are asked to register at www.multivac.com/RSVP
, where further
event details are also available.
• Polymer Packaging Inc. (PPI)
has recently moved its corporate headquarters to Massillon, Ohio. The
company says the new facility puts extrusion and converting under one roof
with room to grow. PPI invested more than $25 million into the expansion.
The addition of an extrusion operation to its already successful converting
and packaging supply business gives the nationally recognized company the
ability to address just about any packaging challenge, PPI says.