Reid Canada, the operating company for Consolidated Container Company’s Canadian businesses, was rebranded under the new name Altium Packaging Canada and its French translation, Les Emballages Altium Canada, in Quebec.
This change will bring all of CCC’s Canadian facilities and brands – SEMOPAC (Montreal), Deltapac (Anjou), Humberline Packaging (Toronto) and Polybottle (Vancouver and Edmonton) – under a single umbrella.
Sean Fallmann, President and CEO of CCC, stated, “This is an exciting new chapter in our history as we bring our Canadian businesses together as Altium Packaging Canada. Our new name connotes our commitment to excellence, innovation and leadership in the packaging industry.”
“The fresh face of the Altium Packaging Canada brand speaks to our evolution as a company and is reflected in our new logo, website, and beyond. This new branding aligns multiple acquired brands and companies under one new brand, streamlines our commercial strategy for Canada, integrates our digital assets into a new website (www.altiumpackaging.ca) and creates a platform that can better incorporate future acquisitions. We believe Altium Packaging Canada will come to represent our Guiding Principles and our Always Made Right® promise.”
CCC, a non-publicly traded subsidiary of Loews Corporation is a leading developer and manufacturer of rigid plastic packaging solutions in North America.
CCC specializes in customized mid- and short-run packaging solutions, serving a diverse customer base in the dairy, household chemicals, food/nutraceuticals, industrial/specialty chemicals, water, and beverage/juice segments. CCC also operates a leading post-consumer resin business, Envision Plastics.
With 60 rigid plastic packaging manufacturing facilities, two recycled resin manufacturing facilities, and 2,500 employees, CCC has an integrated, network in the U.S. and Canada that consistently delivers reliable and cost-effective packaging and recycled resin solutions to meet the needs of a wide range of customers.
Source: Company Press Release