The team at Morris Packaging has announced that its company has been named Best Packaging Supplier for Sustainability by the Pet Sustainability Coalition (PSC).
Morris Packaging offers sustainable, flexible packaging solutions, inventory and logistics management, brand services, and warehousing to companies across an array of industries. “We are known for creating sustainable, eco-friendly packaging solutions,” said Penny Steinwagner, Marketing Director.
PSC is committed to making a positive impact for pets, people, and the planet by connecting brands and retailers via shared values for making the world a better place. PSC is the only accreditation program in the pet industry that enables sustainably-focused businesses to verify and measure their impact in their communities and environments. Recently, PSC named 20 new pet brands as accredited brands. This accreditation requires the completion of a third-party global sustainability assessment and measurable annual improvement.
Morris Packaging was the first to be named Best-in-Packaging company by PSC.
“There is more to a business than creating and selling a product,” said a spokesperson for PSC. “Today’s businesses are charged with reducing their footprint on the world while increasing the positive impact they have on the communities where they do business.”
Morris Packaging is thrilled to be among the latest honorees named by PSC. Morris Packaging works with brands in a number of industries, including animal, feed and food and beverage. Their team works one-on-one with clients to create eco-friendly packaging solutions and other brand management services with fast lead times. When a company needs to get its brand in front of audiences quickly and with the height of quality, Morris Packaging is there to help.
Over the years, Morris Packaging has forged relationships with long-term businesses and startups alike. More information can be found at https://www.morrispkg.com/.
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