Buckhorn® announces prize winners for Reusable Packaging Learning Center drawing

Winners that attended Pack Expo educational sessions receive an Apple Watch

The bulk packaging panel provided valuable insights at the Reusables Learning Center

The bulk packaging panel provided valuable insights at the Reusables Learning Center. Left to right: Will Dartnall (Buckhorn), Vincente Salva (Pusa Pack), Patricia Mott (Kagome), Jack Fillmore (Buckhorn), Paul Rankin (Reusable Industrial Packaging Association and Drew Merrill (CHEP Pallecon Solutions). 

Buckhorn Inc., a leading provider of reusable plastic packaging and material handling systems, would like to congratulate the winners of its Reusable Packaging Learning Center drawing at Pack Expo.  Daniel Senter with MilliporeSigma and Pam Sweeney with Teknova will receive an Apple Watch for attending the company’s educational sessions.

The learning center, located in the Reusable Packaging Pavilion, featured a lineup of speakers and panelists who presented information on new developments in reusable packaging and shared insights on product applications, performance, and impact.  Buckhorn presented two on-floor sessions, giving attendees the opportunity to learn how today’s leading companies are currently creating efficiencies within their supply chain through the use of reusable plastic packaging for bulk and liquid handling.  

“We appreciate everyone who took the time to visit the Reusable Packaging Learning Center to learn more about Buckhorn intermediate bulk containers,” said Cynthia Zhang, Market and Business Development Manager with Buckhorn.   “We valued the opportunity to showcase this innovative product line, as well as share insights from customers and partners who have been actively involved in the conversion process.”

Buckhorn offers intermediate bulk containers for both liquid and dry ingredients in a 48” x 45” and a 48” x 40” footprint.  These boxes are collapsible, feature smooth walls and are made of FDA-approved materials satisfying strict hygienic standards to better protect food and beverage products.   The containers come in top or bottom discharge configurations and are reusable up to 100 times.  For more information, visit www.buckhorninc.com/products/intermediate-bulk-containers.

Buckhorn, a Myers Industries, Inc. company (NYSE: MYE), is one of North America’s leading providers of reusable plastic packaging systems, helping customers in the manufacturing, distribution and food industries improve supply chain performance and reduce material handling costs. Focused on customer-driven innovation, Buckhorn offers a broad selection of bulk boxes, hand-held containers, intermediate bulk containers, pallets and specialty boxes.  Call (800) 543-4454 or visit www.buckhorninc.com for more information.