SupplyOne Delivers Sustainable Packaging Solutions

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SupplyOne, Inc. is the largest independent supplier of custom corrugated and other value-added packaging products, equipment, and services in the U.S. It shows its commitment to sustainable packaging by offering customised packaging solutions that help customers meet sustainability goals without sacrificing performance or profitability.

SupplyOne looks at sustainability from every angle, from the design and choice of materials to the processes and distribution of packaging all the way to the end of its life. SupplyOne's packaging engineers and designers make custom, eco-friendly packaging solutions that are built to improve each customer's operational efficiencies, lower costs, and increase working capital.

“We use a 360-degree approach to the development of sustainable solutions. Our packaging specialists evaluate the current packaging and packaging-related processes, conducting a systematic analysis to identify opportunities to help customers achieve their sustainability goals while protecting and showcasing products and preserving shelf life,” explains Steve Lang, Vice President, Supply Chain at SupplyOne. “Our material and supplier agnostic approach allows us to identify and deliver the best possible solutions to meet each customer’s application and business needs.”

This guidance is particularly beneficial for mid-market manufacturers, food processors, and fulfilment businesses with limited in-house technical, engineering, or design expertise to keep up with market demand for eco-friendly packaging and the latest and most sustainable materials, processes, and business practices. In addition, customers can leverage SupplyOne’s deep industry expertise, custom manufacturing, packaging automation, and services that span every aspect of packaging ownership and the economies of scale from its relationship with over 3000 suppliers.

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SupplyOne continually reviews its own operations to reduce the environmental impact. For example, printing operations use environmentally friendly water-based inks and cleaning with non-toxic chemicals. In addition, more than 95% of the packaging materials it manufactures are produced from renewable, recycled, or recyclable sources.

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