Box Latch™ Products was proud to debut our low-tech invention B2B sustainable supply chain solutions in the Sustainable Facility Solutions Center at ProMat 2017 in Chicago, April 3rd – 6th, 2017. Box Latch™ Products offer an innovative low technology solution to address contemporary sustainable business issues associated with waste management, supply chain sustainability, lean manufacturing and employee health/safety. Click here to download our Media Release
Box Latch™ Products are proud to sponsor the first Wisconsin B the Change Event, highlighting how business can be used as force for good in the world! The event took place on Sept. 14th, 2017 in Madison at the Overture Center for the Arts. All attendees received a complementary Large Box Latch™.
On Dec. 13th, 2017, Lisa Geason-Bauer (the Box Latch™ Products contracted Chief Communications and Sustainability Officer) participated in a panel discussion at the 10th Annual WI Sustainable Business Conference. The panel, “Communicating Sustainability with Customers” was designed to share best practices of companies that specifically target customers with sustainability messages. Click to download a copy of Lisa’s the talk
The packaging trade fair of The Netherlands On 10,11 & 12 April 2018 Empack returns back to Jaarbeurs Utrecht. Empack is serving the Dutch packaging community for all professionals involved with packaging. During this tradefair you can do face-to-face business, explore new packaging trends, network and increasing your knowledge by the high qualitative seminar programme. Who exhibits? Companies active in packaging, and especially for companies launching new brands or promoting existing products. Empack is the only show organized in the Netherlands for the...
Key topics: packaging corner, OSHA Reuse Corrugated Cardboard Boxes By Sara Pearson Specter At ProMat, Eco-Latch Systems debuted its Box Latch “reusable and low-tech” plastic device that allows manufacturers and distributors to quickly and securely hold the top flaps of a corrugated cardboard box closed. The response by visitors to the booth was “jaw-dropping,” inventor and chief operating officer Jack Wilson recalls. Click to read article