CHC welcomes the Canadian Corrugated and Containerboard Association to its membership

Logo de l’Association canadienne du cartonnage ondulé et du carton-caisse (ACCC)
The Canadian Corrugated and Containerboard Association (CCCA) logo.

The Canadian Horticultural Council (CHC) is happy to welcome its newest member: the Canadian Corrugated and Containerboard Association (CCCA).

From left to right: Allen Kirkpatrick, Executive Director, CCCA; Rebecca Lee, Executive Director, CHC; David Andrews, Former Executive Director, CCCA

From left to right: Allen Kirkpatrick, Executive Director, CCCA; Rebecca Lee, Executive Director, CHC; David Andrews, Former Executive Director, CCCA

According to Allen Kirkpatrick, the association’s Executive Director, “The corrugated industry takes great pride in serving the packaging needs of important clients like those involved with CHC. We are committed to increasing exposure and our accessibility to customers. By becoming a member of CHC, we can also contribute our input on high profile issues such as food safety, recycling and effective carbon management – issues that are important to all Canadians.”

The Canadian Corrugated and Containerboard Association is a federally registered not-for-profit trade association that advances the competitiveness of the industry by embracing sustainability in all its forms (environmental, social and economic); by protecting the health and safety of its stakeholders; and communicating this to its customers, governments and the public at large. Its website is www.cccabox.org.