Why PlantCarton Packaging
Evergreen Packaging's PlantCarton Package is a Good Business Solution
So what does using PlantCarton packaging mean for your business? Assurance from a market leader, end-to-end solutions, ongoing service that helps keep your business running, and a sustainability story that can be your story to tell.
Assurance from a Market Leader
Evergreen Packaging, owner of the PlantCarton brand, has offered carton solutions for over 50 years. As a global leader, we have solutions for paperboard, gable top cartons, spout closures, and filling equipment. We operate two paper mills, three extrusion facilities, six U.S. converting facilities, and an equipment manufacturing facility. Our converting facilities are SQF (Safe Quality Food) certified to control food safety risks, and follow an extensive Manufacturing Excellence program which embraces a zero-defect culture. No other carton manufacturer offers the same level of resources in the U.S, and some of the largest consumer brands in the world rely on our supply chain assurance, experience, and reliability to safely package their products.
End to End Solutions
Our fully integrated solutions support you on your packaging journey from forest to fridge.
- Responsible fiber procurement
- Paperboard manufacturing
- Protective barrier technology
- Carton converting
- Spouts and closures
- Equipment and filling solutions
- Ongoing support services
Surrounding You with Service
We have a team of professionals with matchless expertise to support all your needs. You may find us educating your team on regulatory requirements, pointing out an overlooked order, or assisting you at your facility on a holiday to help troubleshoot an issue. We help keep your business running!
A Sustainability Story That Is Your Story To Tell
Consider just some of the ways PlantCarton packaging can give you a sustainable edge:
- Renewability - over 70% paper; made from trees grown in forests where responsible forestry practices are used
- Renewable energy - about 55% of the energy used to make the paper comes from biomass