The operation will allow Cascades to increase its internal integration of parent roll production.
New Jeti Tauro is a 2.5-metre-wide, high-end hybrid six-color UV inkjet printer.
Huge investment made by Cascades at its Norampac – Drummondville corrugated board conversion plant and at Kingsey Falls.
Cascades takes home the Innovation and Environmental Protection Award.
Citing unfavorable market conditions, Cascades announces end of its Kraft paper operations in East Angus.
New eco-friendly solution is designed for food and food service industries.
Full line of papers not only makes meats look great, but is also made from 100 per cent recycled paper.
Ontario meat-processing pioneer blazing new trails in the cutthroat marketplace through inspired product innovation and highly skillful brand packaging execution
Cascades says potential plant closure at Djupafors part of restructuring process in Europe.
Canadian Packaging magazine takes the impressive tour.
Cascades intros first foam food tray made from recycled material.
Cascades names current COO as president, effective May 9, 2013.
Quebec yogurt producer quick off the mark to update its product coding and packaging competencies with laser product-coding technology and high-speed industrial automation
PAC members help Canadian tofu processor spruce up its retail packaging to grow new export markets
Substantial investments for its Michigan plant will support its new product innovation initiatives.
A new packaging line helps take poultry processor from frozen to fresh success.
Modernizing four Ontario plants and shutting down three facilities.
Canadian Packaging visits an east Toronto Cascades Recovery Inc. facility to see how it recovers materials that would otherwise go into a landfill.
New de-inking equipment for Breakeyville plant to help protect jobs and create a better quality kraft paper.
Packaging and tissue converter to purchase remaining 50 per cent of shares for $85 million.
On May 17, 2011, PAC – The Packaging Association will hold a seminar on food safety regarding the migration of packaging substances into food. With all food manufacturers needing to be aware of the long-term health hazards posed by aromatic…
Cascades Inc., headquartered in Kingsey Falls, Que., a leader in recovery and the manufacturing of green packaging and tissue paper products, has announced its financial results for the three months ending June 30, 1010. * Launch of a new antibacterial…
Cascades Inc., headquartered in Kingsey Falls, Que. and a leader in the production and converting of packaging and tissue products, broke ground on May 31, 2010 on a new Cdn $10-million recycling operation at its East Angus, Que. mill. The…
Recycled paperboard packaging group Cascades Inc. of Kingsey Falls, Inc. is one of 30 Canadian-based businesses to have made the 2009 Canada’s Greenest Employers list—compiled by the Toronto-based Mediacorp Canada Inc. as a tribute to the country’s progressive employers that…
Cascades, located in Kinglsey Falls, Que., was recently named one of Canada’s greenest employers in 2009 by Mediacorp—a Singapore-based multi-media company—to employers that blend environmental values into their corporate culture and demonstrate initiative in this area. The key reasons for…
Cascades Inc. has announced a first investment of $5-million at its Norampac plant in Kingsey Falls, which aims to streamline this unit that manufactures linerboard made from 100 per cent recycled fibers. The current project consists of expanding the building…
Making brown boxes once used to be a fairly straightforward endeavor, but as the corrugated industry has evolved from a commodity supplier into a value-added products manufacturer over the last decade, the old notions of what once passed for adequate…