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port customers’ unique packaging needs and deliver final products that distinctly stand out on the shelf. “Our 1,200 APC employees are our family members — we treat them that way because we want them to suc- ceed at their career at APC and at home,” APC CEO Peter Schottland said. “Our employees’ contributions and efforts are the reason we’re able to expand our footprint, grow in markets and make improvements in technology.” Visit for more information. Rusken Packaging Names Harbison Plant Manager In Cullman Cullman, Alabama based Rusken Packging has an- nounced the addition of Mark Harbison as the new Plant

Various options were considered for the new facility during the site selection process for APC’s first location in the western United States. Cedar City will serve as a stra- tegic logistical location for both trucking and rail, providing excellent access to raw materials, as well as shipping to current and future customers. “This is a great opportunity for APC to continue our growth strategy in current and new markets and attract new business opportunities,” APC President Jeff Koch said. “It’s an exciting time for APC and for our employees as we expand and diversify our customer base, which in return allows us to reinvest in all of our facilities nation- wide.” “In addition to attracting new business opportunities, the Cedar City location will further enhance APC’s support to our current customers with operations in the western half of the U.S. by providing a production option closer to our customers’ operations with shorter delivery require- ments,” APC Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Of- ficer Ray Graham said. For APC, a family-oriented city with a rich history, a culture of hard work and integrity, and a supportive com- munity was imperative to the selection of Cedar City. This new location enables APC to be closer to and collaborate directly with customers in the western market. The facility will include world-class print media technologies to sup-

Manager for its headquarters facility in Cullman, Alabama. As the Plant Manager, Harbison will be responsi- ble for managing all aspects of Cull- man’s plant production. He comes to Rusken with 37 years of manage- ment experience and is a seasoned industry professional. He started his

Mark Harbison

career in the corrugated industry cleaning in a box shop, eventually working his way up into management. He in- corporates the “Golden Rule” -- do unto others -- into his management approach.

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