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ICPF wishes to thank the 2016 registrants and sponsors for making the ninth annual Holiday Weekend in New York the most successful to date.
 
On the morning of Wednesday, October 19, 2017 during the SuperCorrExpo® general session, Jim Haglund (Central Packaging & Display) was inducted as the 23rd member of the International Corrugated Packaging Foundation's Circle of Distinguished Leaders.
 
Progress Container & Display has become a new ICPF corporate partner by pledging $50,000 to support the foundation's educational mission.
 
The International Corrugated Packaging Foundation (ICPF) reports that longtime ICPF supporter, WestRock has donated an additional $50,000 to support the International Corrugated Packaging Foundation's operations.
 
With a grant provided by Clemson University, the Clemson Packaging program continued a systematic expansion of its packaging lab this past summer that included both the update and expansion of the lab's corrugated testing equipment.
 
With 86 of the 100 expected participants already registered, the International Corrugated Packaging Foundation (ICPF) is anticipating another early "sell out" of its annual Holiday Weekend in New York, scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 9-11, 2016.
 
JB Machinery has donated a KleenPlate system to ICPF that has been be installed on the WorkHorse press at Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC).
 
Visit Booth 2871 at SuperCorrExpo in Orlando (October 17- 20) to learn more about the International Corrugated Packaging Foundation's (ICPF) educational initiatives and to meet packaging students and faculty.
 
Despite a blizzard that closed down airports across the north Midwest, on February 25th ICPF conducted its 17th annual, live Careers in Corrugated Packaging and Displays Teleconference.
 
On February 24, the evening before ICPF's 2016 Careers in Corrugated Packaging and Displays Teleconference, 17 select students joined in a dialogue on industry careers during dinner with the industry Teleconference speakers (from Georgia Pacific and Smurfit Kappa) and four visiting executives from KapStone and Pratt Industries.
 
On February 25th, ICPF will conduct its 17th annual, live Careers in Corrugated Packaging and Displays Teleconference. An estimated 400-500 students and faculty from 18 colleges and universities are expected to participate. This annual event is not a webcast, but a live video conference utilizing professional WKAR TV personnel and TV broadcast equipment in the PBS studios for two-way interactivity.
 
The International Corrugated Packaging Foundation (ICPF) recently announced that Wasatch Container has become a new ICPF corporate partner by pledging $50,000 to support the foundation's educational mission.
 
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