Local Packaging Industry Set to Transform as Rebox Corp Acquires Cartonerie Montreal

Posted On: November 23, 2023 / Written by Keith Primeau, Chief Administrative Officer

In a move set to redefine the local packaging landscape, Rebox Corp proudly announces the successful acquisition of Cartonerie Montreal, a well-respected name in sustainable packaging solutions within our community. This strategic merger brings together the best of both worlds – Rebox Corp’s cutting-edge packaging innovations and Cartonerie Montreal’s local expertise and commitment to eco-friendly […]

E-Commerce Vs. The Environment: How Rebox Is Mending This Tenuous Relationship

Posted On: September 25, 2018 / Written by Keith Primeau, Chief Administrative Officer

E-commerce sales are on the rise, not that businesses couldn’t already tell. In 2016, $360.3 billion dollars were spent on e-commerce products in the United States. By 2021, those sales figures are expected to jump to $603.4 billion, according to Statista. But the massive influx of e-commerce sales does, however, have a downside, one environmentally […]

Rebox Partners Will Ride With Pride in ‘Courage in Motion’

Posted On: September 18, 2018 / Written by Jeremy Weis Heitner, Sr. Business Development Manager

Rebox partners are putting on their helmets, getting on their bicycles and hitting the pavement so more people can do the same. Participating in ‘Courage in Motion,’ an annual fundraiser for disabled Israeli veterans, Rebox partners are already raising funds and getting into shape ahead of the 5-day cycling event in Israel. Three Rebox partners […]

5 Ways Manufacturing Companies Can Increase Employee Engagement

Posted On: September 12, 2018 / Written by Brian Young, Chief Operating Officer

Keeping employees engaged is a tricky task as an employer. Every workplace is a bit different, as are an employee’s daily tasks, so finding ways to increase engagement can vary across companies and sectors. In the manufacturing world, however, there are a few tried-and-true ways to improve the overall engagement levels of workers. Immersed in […]

America’s Best: The Ten Most Environmentally-Friendly States

Posted On: September 4, 2018 / Written by Mark Young, Chief Operating Officer

Not all American states are equal, at least when it comes to their natural environments. Some states simply outperform others on environmental metrics, and U.S. News proves it’s true. Measuring the natural environments of every American state, U.S. News released a full ranking of the best states for natural environments. Four different categories were used […]

OCC Expectations From Big Mills For The Coming Year

Posted On: August 28, 2018 / Written by Jordan Biberkraut, Operations Manager

China is planning to ban all imports of used corrugated cardboard containers by 2020, and it’s actually a good thing for North American paper and pulp mills. Outpacing any other nation by a long shot, China is the largest importer of North American old corrugated containers (OCC) materials. In 2017, China imported 25 million tons […]

Fluctuating OCC Rates: What They Are And Why They’re Bad For Business

Posted On: June 18, 2018 / Written by Mark Young, Chief Administrative Officer

A volatile market is impossible to predict. Fluctuating prices for goods and services are a norm for certain industries, and manufacturers can’t really do much about it. Oil is a prime example. The price of oil goes up and operational costs increase for manufacturers. The price of old corrugated containers (OCC) is another volatile figure. […]

The Rebox Environmental Certificate: What You Need To Know And Why Your Business Needs It

Posted On: June 12, 2018 / Written by Brian Young, Chief Operating Officer

Making a change to benefit the environment is fairly easy. Tracking exactly how that change contributes to a healthier planet is a far more difficult task. How are you supposed to know how much water you’re saving by taking shorter showers? Or the amount of waste you’re reducing by composting? It’s next to impossible to […]

How To Save Trees So That Trees Can Save Money And Energy

Posted On: June 5, 2018 / Written by Keith Primeau, Chief Administrative Officer

Trees save cities. No, we’re not saying that in a “trees improve urban living” or “trees are an important part of the environment” kind of way. Trees literally save cities in numerous ways, including saving on money. Don’t believe us? There’s scientific proof. A team of researchers led by Dr. David Nowak of the USDA […]

5 Real Reasons Why Manufacturers Are Getting Rid Of Box Balers

Posted On: May 29, 2018 / Written by Jordan Biberkraut, Operations Manager

Box balers are a staple piece of machinery for almost every manufacturing plant. But balers are also archaic equipment, unneeded in the modern world, a fact recognized by many manufacturers. Thanks to corrugated cardboard boxes (OCC) reuse services, the need for box balers is eliminated. Over 300 companies in North America have already gotten rid […]