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Microflute Webinar Series

For Folding Carton & Rigid Box Converters

AICC, The Independent Packaging Association, is offering a three-part webinar series, Folding Carton/Rigid Box/Microflute, January 12,19, 26.

Mergers, acquisitions, and mill closures have found manufacturers searching for alternatives to uncoated recycled paperboard, which has necessitated a renewed interest in small flute or microflute. Additionally, the rapid growth of e-commerce since March 2020 makes this series a must as they discuss economic savings and reductions in fiber utilization.

Built upon their highly successful 2018 workshop, Fluted vs. Paperboard, numerous BoxScore articles, and a free whitepaper, Advantages of Corrugated Microflutes Versus Paperboard, available at www.AICCbox.org/Store, Tom Weber, AICC Folding Carton Technical Advisor, and Ralph Young, AICC Corrugated Technical Advisor, will share insights into fluted materials as a substitute for paperboard in the construction of both traditional and highly-specialized folding carton and rigid boxes during these webinars.

Members can register for this series or join them as part of the All Access Pass. Pass holders can use their promo code to register at no additional cost.

The All Access Pass, for one payment of $1,695, gives participating companies a code that all employees can use to register for every webinar scheduled through July 2022. Each company also receives a recording of each webinar. With more than fifty webinars scheduled, the All Access Pass represents a value of $12,500. Learn more at www.AICCbox.org/Pass.

Register for any of these trainings or events at www.AICCbox.org/Calendar.

Questions about training and the value a well-trained workforce brings to a company can be directed to Taryn Pyle, Director of Education & Leadership Development, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or Chelsea May, Education and Training Manager, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 703.836.2422.

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