Why Jump on the Made in American Bandwagon?

Aside from being patriotic, contributing to your local economy, and taking it a little easier on the planet, purchasing domestically made products has some added benefits to your business and your bottom line.

The number one priority for most companies when considering the materials they need for their business is price. However a lower product price usually comes with a catch, whether that be longer lead times, expensive shipping, limited availability or options, or poor/unverified quality. It’s wise to weigh these priorities against the price, because they could cost you more in the long run if you choose to stick with the smallest price tag.

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Alana Riley
Interpak's Real Heros

While Interpak is known worldwide for it's packaging, and has overhauled it's manufacturing processes to go Lean, we are most proud of our very own team of heroes: The Interpak Cancer Fighters. 

Every October this team coordinates and participates in various fundraisers to raise funds to help the fight against Breast Cancer. Bake sales, fun lunches, auctioning office furniture donated by Interpak, crazy hat days, our team has come up with tons of ways to contribute to the battle against breast cancer. Most recently, we had our most successful year at the Making Strides Against Cancer walk in Downtown Providence, RI.

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Alana Riley