Royal Containers gets first BOBST MASTERDRO in the Americas

Between 1970 and 1979, Ross Nelson flexed his entrepreneurial muscles, establishing two box plants – Norbram Packaging, Tri County Containers – and then acquiring Rowland Packaging. He then pulled them all together in 1980, when the name Royal Containers was implemented.

Fast forward some 40 years from its founding and Ross’ daughter, Kim Nelson, sits at the helm of Canada’s largest producers of corrugated packaging made from 100% recycled papers; she took on the role as President and CEO in 2010.

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