ICG Welcomes Tavo Packaging, GLBC, And All Color Printers As New Members
The Independent Carton Group (ICG), an association of 21 independently owned and operated folding carton manufacturers, has welcomed Tavo Packaging of Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania; All Color Printers of Deer Park, New York; and The Great Little Box Company (GLBC) of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. All three companies were voted into the association at its quarterly meeting at Winston Packaging in Winston-Salem, North Caro- lina, on March 17, 2022.
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Tavo Packaging ( tavopackaging.com ) was founded in 1978 by Hal Tay- lor in eastern Pennsylvania, just north of Philadelphia. Today the company is run by a second generation of Taylors with David Taylor as CEO and brother Jeff Taylor as President, father Hal remaining as Chairman of the Board. The brothers have grown the business that specializes in high-vol- ume, high-quality folding cartons for the Quick Service Food and Food Service sectors, into a powerhouse of long run efficiency. “In the past year and a half we have embarked on an expansion proj- ect adding 77,100-square-feet of manufacturing and warehouse space tak- ing our footprint to about 250,000-square-feet” says David Taylor. “We were extremely fortunate to be able to grow like this in these challenging COVID times but our customers needed us to do it.” Taylor says they have been eying the ICG for at least 15 years and is pleased to now be part of such a great group of companies. “The ICG brings us three main benefits that will make us a better supplier to our cus- tomers, contingency planning; in case of a catastrophic incident, buying power; to help us stay competitive and education and peer learning for all our employees. These are the things we need to continue to make our business strong and growing,” says Taylor. Great Little Box Company ( www.glbc.com ), like the ICG itself, is cele- brating their 40th anniversary this year. In April of 1982 Robert (Bob) and Margaret Meggy purchased Great Little Box from receivership and with one sales person, a guy who could operate the machines and Bob him- self, the journey began. Today under the leadership of the 2nd generation, CONTINUED ON PAGE 14 The newest members of ICG with board members at the association’s quarterly meeting in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. From left, Jeff Taylor, Tavo Packag- ing; William Bogue, All Color Printers; Steven Bogue, All Color Printers; Doree Quayle, GLBC; Keva Sonderen, Sonderen Packaging/ICG Board Member; Brad Tindall, GLBC; Jay Willie, ICG Executive Director; Jim Hamilton, Colbert Packag- ing/ICG Board Member; and Jim Hodges, Royal Paper Box/ICG Board Member.
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