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TC Transcontinental Packaging wins for sustainable packaging at the PAC Canadian Leadership Awards


Montréal – TC Transcontinental Packaging announced its winning of the entire Sustainable Packaging category at the 2019 PAC Canadian Leadership Awards with the Harney & Sons Fine Teas and Les Aliments Jardi 100 per cent recyclable packages with a barrier.

These awards fully support the company’s pledge for 100 per cent of its plastic packaging to be reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025.

TC Transcontinental Packaging won a silver award in the Rebrand, Food & Beverage category for the Diamond Brand Shelled Walnuts pouch as well as a silver award in the Rebrand, non-food category for its expertise in pre-press and structural design with the Golfgreen Nitrogrow pouch from Canadian Tire.

Courtesy of TC Transcontinental Packaging.

“We are thrilled to have our innovations recognized at the PAC Canadian Leadership Awards,” said Alex Hayden, senior vice president, R&D, innovation and sustainability, TC Transcontinental Packaging. “Our focus is to develop packaging solutions that meet our customers’ needs and are ahead of market trends. We collaborate with partners from across the plastic value chain and make sure to use a circular approach in every step of our product design, from sourcing to end-of-life. We are poised to continue developing industry leading sustainable packaging and to increase the amount of recycled plastics in our portfolio.”

The 2019 PAC Canadian Leadership Awards celebrates craftsmanship in brand package design and innovation with a vision to showcase the power of packaging. Winners are selected because they positively impact business performance, enhance brand value, prioritize sustainability, highlight innovation and celebrate collaboration.



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