In Profile: Pankhuri Agarwal

Product Data Scientist About 3 years ago, Pankhuri ventured into Boston’s hackathon scene. Hackathons are weekend-long technology festivals. They go something like this. You arrive early Friday evening, grab a quick bite and, at around 6:30, problem statements are...

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Letter from the Presidents – July 2018

At home, professionals in America’s B2B packaging space are using apps like Open Table® to book dinners, Kayak® for trips and Amazon® for purchases at home. On their way to work, they’re looking to Waze® to avoid traffic while listening to playlists tailored to their...

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The Need for Speed

Tell your colleagues you have to head to the DMV, and you’re rewarded with a universal groan. No one likes to waste their time waiting for an indefinite (or is it infinite?) amount of time. It’s why we love ordering on Amazon rather than driving to a big box store....

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Stones

Mighty Quick. So, you’re crunched (perhaps even crushed) for time, up to your eyeballs in paperwork, process, calls, sourcing, lead times and beyond. Heads up – this isn’t the Stone Age. We leave no stone unturned. Right out of the gate, you get pricing and lead times...

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In Profile: Corey Costello

Assistant Production Manager In 1725, thirty-three square miles of land in south central New Hampshire was granted to 60 residents of Ipswich, Massachusetts. Settlement began in 1738 and, in 1766, New Ipswich was incorporated. The High Falls on the Souhegan River...

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Letter from the Presidents – May 2018

In 2005, we improved our position in global sourcing. Reclosables were our top priority. We secured new vendor partnerships, lowered costs and acquired a broader offering. Since then, growth in the category has outpaced just about every other. Last year, nearly two...

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