Menasha Corporation subsidiaries, Menasha Packaging Company and ORBIS Corporation, will showcase their total end-to-end supply chain optimization solutions during the Walmart Product Sustainability Expo from April 28 to May 2, 2014 in northwest Arkansas.
During the expo, Walmart suppliers will be able to learn about a variety of topics, including total product sustainability and supplier collaboration.
By jointly presenting Menasha Packaging and ORBIS Corporation’s combined expertise in sustainable consumer packaging and material handling solutions, Menasha representatives hope to demonstrate the company’s ability to optimize the supply chain throughout the entire market ecosystem, from concept to store floor.
“The Walmart Sustainability Product Expo provides Menasha Corporation the opportunity to visibly display our company’s full range of sustainable material handling and packaging capabilities,” said Kerry Bailey, Menasha Packaging’s senior director of Walmart\Sam’s Club Global Support Team. “Walmart suppliers will see that they can easily take advantage of any of our sustainable opportunities at varying levels within their own supply chains.”
This is the first year of the Walmart Product Sustainability Expo. It is an expanded version of the previously held Sustainable Packaging Expo.
Menasha Packaging is a charter member of Walmart’s Packaging Supplier Value Network (SVN). This is the seventh year the company has participated in a Walmart Sustainability Expo.
About Menasha Packaging
Celebrating 165 years in business, Menasha Packaging Company, LLC, based in Neenah, Wisconsin, is a subsidiary of Menasha Corporation and has more than 2,400 employees at locations nationwide. Menasha Packaging is a leading provider of graphic consumer packaging, merchandising solutions, corrugated packaging, food packaging, shipping containers, material handling solutions, pack-out and fulfillment services. With a network of design, sales service centers, corrugated and paperboard manufacturing plants, and fulfillment facilities located throughout the United States, the company’s mission is to help its customers protect, move and promote their products better than anyone else. Visit its website at www.menashapackaging.com.
About ORBIS Corporation
ORBIS helps world-class customers move their product faster, safer and more cost-effectively. Using a proven approach, ORBIS experts analyze its customers’ systems, design a solution and execute a reusable packaging program for longer-term cost savings and sustainability. Using life-cycle assessments to compare reusable and single-use packaging, ORBIS also helps customers reduce their overall environmental impact. ORBIS Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Menasha Corporation, the 3rd oldest family owned business in the United States. As a steward of sustainability, ORBIS is committed to a better world for future generations. ORBIS tracks and measure our own resource utilization to continuously conserve natural resources and reduce waste. For more information, please visit www.orbiscorporation.com.
About Menasha Corporation
Menasha Corporation is a leading corrugated and plastic packaging manufacturer and supply chain solutions provider specializing in retail merchandising packaging and displays, plastic reusable containers and pallets, protective packaging interiors, and packaging supply chain and fulfillment services. Menasha Corporation’s products and services are used by major food, beverage, consumer products, healthcare, pharmaceutical, industrial and automotive companies. Established in 1849, Menasha Corporation is one of America’s oldest privately held, family-owned manufacturing companies. Headquartered in Neenah, Wisconsin, the company employs approximately 4,000 employees in over 75 facilities in North America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit www.menasha.com.
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