AddressCOMPANY DETAILS

AMGRAPH Packaging, Inc

90 Papermill Road, Baltic, Connecticut 06330

United States

Website

Call860.822.2000

ACTIVE MATERIALS

Metal, Flexible Plastics, Labels & Labeling, Paper & Paperboard, Sustainability

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Alcoholic Beverages, Baby & Toddlers, Bakery, Confectionery, Dairy, Desserts & Ice Cream, Fruit & Vegetables, Hot Drinks, Meat, Fish & Eggs, Pet Food, Ready Meals & Side Dishes, Sauces & Seasonings, Snacks, Soft Drinks, Soup, Sports Nutrition, Spreads, Sugar & Sweeteners, Supplements, Cereals, Foodservice, Pharmaceuticals, Other industries, Food, Beverages

AMGRAPH Packaging, Inc

AMGRAPH has been a leader in sustainability, making the highest quality flexible packaging and using the most eco-friendly methods available. We believe that being a sustainable business will contribute to a lasting economic success. As technology continually evolves, we work to keep improving and developing all of our processes, allowing us to remain in the forefront of our industry in both environmental stewardship and advanced packaging. Founded in 1984 by Kenneth L. Fontaine, our business now serves branded and private-label customers around the world under the leadership of president and CEO Kenneth A. Fontaine. We are a family-owned and -run business whose strength is built upon the loyalty, commitment, and expertise of our more than 140 employees throughout North America. Our responsibility as a family business extends to include future generations with our committed focus on customers, suppliers, and the greater community. As world leaders in energy-efficient and environmentally friendly practices, AMGRAPH is guided by a green and earth-conscious policy in our products, operations, and workplace. Through dedication, innovation, and ongoing quality improvement, AMGRAPH stands behind what we do.


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