Since 1969, Interstate Packaging has partnered with its customers to produce innovative packaging concepts, build brand recognition, and create mutual long term success.
Chances are there are many products in your own home that came in a package created at one of Interstate Packaging’s production facilities. Since 1969, Interstate Packaging has helped manufacturers delight and surprise their customers. As a family-owned and operated flexible packaging and label converter, we’re proud to continually reinvest in our local economy, and protect our local ecology. At Interstate Packaging, we follow a win-win-win strategy: You win with exceptional service, quality, ease, and efficiency; we win by earning and keeping your business; and your customer wins with packaging that is appealing, impressive, and simply irresistible.
We Get Green for You
We’ll make sure you always feel good doing business with Interstate Packaging. But you’re also doing something good, supporting American business and ensuring that your environmental impact is minimized—which is increasingly important to consumers too. Interstate Packaging believes that being a good member of the community means being a good steward of the environment. We’ve made numerous investments in our people, processes, and equipment to help us significantly reduce our carbon footprint, minimize environmental impact, and create sustainability wherever possible.
- Total elimination of all routine hazardous waste products
- Comprehensive, all-media recycling including film laminates
- Dramatic energy consumption reduction across every production facility
- Our campus is certified as an arboretum by the TN Urban Forestry Council
- Renewable energy: Sun-tracking solar arrays and geothermal HVAC units
- Water conservation: Bio-ponds that collect storm water for campus irrigation needs
- Environmental protection: Closed-loop solvent processing and recovery system
- Energy conservation: Motion-activated lighting throughout the facility prevent waste
- Energy efficiency: Reflective roofing materials absorb less heat, lowering HVAC usage