Leader in innovative automated and sustainable paper-based packaging solutions recognized in the 2023 BIG Innovation Awards
Ranpak Holdings Corp. (“Ranpak”) (NYSE: PACK), a global leader of environmentally sustainable, paper-based packaging solutions for e-commerce and industrial supply chains, today announced it has been named a winner of the 2023 BIG Innovation Awards presented by the Business Intelligence Group.
Ranpak was recognized for its automated packaging solutions that work to solve the world’s plastic crisis by replacing single-use plastic packaging with renewable and biodegradable paper-based packaging. Ranpak provides effective, reliable, innovative, and more sustainable packaging solutions that make it possible to integrate the increasingly connected global marketplace into the circular economy.
“We are proud to be recognized by the Business Intelligence Group for our commitment to providing sustainable automated packaging solutions that deliver operational efficiencies to our customers while helping to solve the plastic waste crisis,” said Omar Asali, Chairman & CEO of Ranpak. “We are relentlessly focused on bringing innovative technology solutions that improve our customers’ supply chain performance and costs, reduce environmental impact, and support a variety of growing business needs globally. I would like to thank and congratulate the entire Ranpak team for earning this recognition.”
“Innovation is ‘business critical’ in today’s society,” said Maria Jimenez, Chief Operating Officer of the Business Intelligence Group. “We are thrilled to be honoring Ranpak as they are leading by example and improving the lives of so many.”
Organizations from across the globe submitted their recent innovations for consideration in the BIG Innovation Awards. Nominations were then judged by a select group of business leaders and executives who volunteer their time and expertise to score submissions.
For information about other innovative, paper-based packaging solutions from Ranpak, please visit www.ranpak.com.
Founded in 1972, Ranpak’s goal was to create the first