New Certification for Moore Packaging


MEDIA RELEASE: June 5, 2015

Moore Packaging Earns Certification From The Forest Stewardship Council

In May 2015, Moore Packaging Corporation’s extensive corrugating and converting operation in

Barrie, Ontario, received Chain Of Custody Certification from the Forest Stewardship Council

(FSC). FSC is recognized as the global standard setter in responsible forest management. This

Chain of Custody certification enables consumers to support responsible forest management

through the selection of packaging independently-verified to meet FSC’s rigorous requirements.

Canadian-owned Moore Packaging, the largest non-integrated packaging company in Ontario,

produces more than 3 million square feet of corrugated containerboard each day. Founder,

Chairman and CEO, Peter Moore, describes attaining FSC Certification as, “A significant

achievement for this company on behalf of our customers and their customers.”

Moore Packaging Sales Director, Jeff Abbott, sees FSC Certification as a new benefit for their

clientele whose customers increasingly demand that paper packaging elements are recycled and

eco-sensitive: “As an independent company we have to stay at the forefront of our customers’

expectations, and this new certification enables us to offer our customers an immediately

recognizable way to demonstrate their own commitment to responsible resource use through the

purchase of our recycled linerboard packaging imprinted with the FSC logo.”

“From forest to shelf”

Products carrying the distinctive FSC logo —now including Moore Packaging’s output of

recycled corrugated board and packaging materials— are third-party certified as having been

tracked throughout the supply chain from authenticated paper fibre recycling sources to the


MEDIA CONTACT: Jeff Abbott, Director of Sales, Moore Packaging Corporation

Phone: 1-800-461-4479 or 416-287-6848, Ext. 255


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