Joseph Haun, TricorBraun Director of Quality Assurance, has achieved the CPP (Certified Packaging Professional) certification from IoPP (The Institute of Packaging Professionals), an internationally recognized confirmation of having passed a rigorous examination into all aspects of packaging development and manufacture. The CPP is widely recognized within the packaging industry as the hallmark of a thorough, practical knowledge of packaging.
“We are proud to recognize Joe’s significant accomplishment,” says Suzanne Fenton, TricorBraun Vice President, Brand Marketing. “TricorBraun encourages all of our employees to gain as much professional education about packaging as possible. A thorough knowledge of package development and manufacturing enables our specialists to better serve our customers and to help bring both their new and existing packaging to market quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively.”
Fenton herself is a Lifetime CPP as well as a Fellow and Board Member of IoPP. Other current TricorBraun CPPs include Theresa Duricek, Terri Sheppard, Mary Slaga and Dan Teague. Numerous other employees are IoPP members, and several are in the process of achieving the CPP certification.
TricorBraun (www.tricorbraun.com) helps bring customers’ new and existing products to market efficiently as one of the packaging industry’s largest suppliers of glass and plastic containers, closures, dispensers and tubes from over 40 locations throughout North America and internationally from London, England: Guangzhou, China; Hong Kong, and Mumbai, India. The award-winning Design & Innovation center gives our customers forward-thinking service based on consumer insight, understanding of the markets and creative solutions. In addition, advisory services range from preliminary planning, manufacturing oversight to an array of innovative warehousing and logistics programs
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