Pratt Continues Support for ICPF with Additional 10-year Pledge

The International Corrugated Packaging Foundation (ICPF) is excited to announce a new 10-year pledge commitment from longtime ICPF supporter, Pratt Industries. 

“ICPF is grateful to have the continued support of Pratt Industries,” said ICPF President Caitlin Salaverria. “Their generous $205,000 donation will allow us to continue the foundation’s programs and services that aim to grow the labor force of the corrugated packaging industry.”

ICPF is currently strengthening existing programs and services, while expanding their work to address other critical needs. This has included creating a social media presence, building partnerships with the education community, beginning to expand student and faculty knowledge at trade schools and community colleges, and developing marketing/communications tools to promote the many benefits of choosing a career in corrugated packaging. 

“We appreciate the work that ICPF does for the industry and look forward to continuing to work closely together over the years to come,” said David Dennis, Chief Commercial Officer, Pratt Industries.

Pratt Industries is America’s 5th largest corrugated packaging company and the world’s largest, privately-held 100% recycled paper and packaging company. Pratt was founded in the U.S. more than 35 years ago and operates manufacturing facilities in more than 25 states. The Georgia-based company operates an extensive Recycling company to supply six of the most modern, cost-effective 100% recycled paper mills in the country, located in: Conyers, Georgia, Staten Island, New York, Valparaiso, Indiana, Shreveport, Louisiana, Wapakoneta, Ohio and Henderson, Kentucky. 

For more information visit www.prattindustries.com and www.careersincorrugated.com.

ICPF is an independent, non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation dedicated to growing the labor force of the corrugated packaging industry now and into the future. ICPF is largely supported by individual corrugated manufacturers and supply companies and is co-sponsored by AICC – The Independent Packaging Association and the Fibre Box Association (FBA).