Since its launch in Québec in November 2017, more than one Cascades employee per week has joined the program
The new assets will allow the company to double its current U.S. production capacity for molded pulp egg packaging products
The company will try to relocate as many of its employees as possible to its other business units
The total cost of the transaction amounts to US$37.4 million.
Cascades Inc. President and CEO Mario Plourde was a recipient of the 2019 Clean50 and Clean16 awards.
Cascades pulls a rabbit out of a hat with an irresistibly cute and adorable package design graphics created for its new national brand of household tissues
Ontario egg processor happy to put all its eggs in one basket to meet its unique product coding and marking requirements.
Project includes an investment at Cascades Inopak in Drummondville and Plastiques Cascades in Kingsey Falls.
New equipment allows facility to produce higher-quality packaging and increases efficiency and flexibility for customers.
Venerable Toronto co-packer proud to wave the Canadian flag with a fast-selling brand of made-in-Canada ketchup produced on new state-of-the-art production line
Closure of Maspeth, NY plant part of the company’s optimization efforts in the NE U.S.
Thriving Alberta brewer sets up shop in Toronto to pursue assertive growth strategy aimed at expanding its market reach and customer base
Toronto chicken processor gets into the faster flow of things with five new stretchfilm wrapping machines from Reiser
Johnsonville fresh sausage products leads the way for Cascades into America.
Cascades launches a new website of products in its consumer products packaging division.
New converting line for Cascades Candiac facility and updated converting lines in Kingsey Falls.
North American boxboard assets sold to Graphic Packaging for $44.9-million.
New printing presses in Vaudreuil and Drummondville for corrugated packaging products.
Three-day course examines paperboard and folding cartons, specialty packaging, closures, adhesives and an introduction to sustainable packaging.
Winners chosen for leadership, sustainability, innovation and more.
Rolland Enterprises purchases Cascades fine paper activities in Quebec for $39.5-million.
Walmart’s recyclable waste is handled by Cascades Recovery division.
Adding a second paper converter at its St. Helens, Oregon plant will boost napkin, hand towel capacity to 120,000 tons annually.
Canadian firm now has large stake in Europe’s second-largest recycled boxboard company.
Norampac folding carton and microlithographic plants in Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec to get new equipment to increase production.
Famed Quebec coffee maker perks up its manufacturing prowess with world-class automation technologies and packaging know-how
Canada’s largest fresh fruit and vegetable processor takes pride in its quality assurance efforts to bring only nature’s best to the table
New meat processor makes a splash with cutting-edge thermoforming
New double-layer paper bag is compostable, too.
Cascades offers new 100 per cent recycled Christmas tree.
Cascades strengthens its market position with addition of the Granby, Que.-located tissue-converting plant.
Mill closure in Burnaby puts 100 people out of work.