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Carter Paper Team Wearing "The Office" Character Masks

Carter Paper & Packaging, Dunder Mifflin of the Midwest

Years ago, when I was religiously watching Michael Scott lead the colorful team at Dunder-Mifflin, I had no idea that one day I would be working for a paper company myself. When I tell someone that I work at Carter Paper & Packaging, their response generally involves a correlation to "The Office" and the question, "So which character are you?"  I'd like to say tha


PERILS, POOLS, AND PLASTIC SHEETING

  One of the greatest tragedies of my youth was my parents’ unwillingness to purchase my sisters and I a pool. Recently, I was reminded of this when quoting a customer for some plastic sheeting. Not everyone realizes the profound capabilities of plastic sheeting, but I will share such a possibility with you today.   I grew up in a farmhouse in the middle of nowhere so summer d


How Quality Packaging Has Grown and Developed Over Time to Serve You Better

When it comes to shipping something special to a friend or a loved one, nothing’s more important than ensuring your item arrives at its destination in the best possible condition. Imagine you send a meaningful package or present to someone special to you: you envision the excited and joyful look on their face as they open their gift. Now, imagine that that present arrives broken and tattered. Th


The Importance of Product Packaging

You may not have thought much about it, but a product’s packaging has a direct effect on the likeliness of you purchasing it. There are times you may have been tempted to buy a product based on its attractive packaging alone. Some companies might be under the assumption that their product and its performance is more important than what the packaging looks like, but the product packaging can play


Carter Paper and Packaging Is Your Place for Holiday Wrapping

It's that time of year-chestnuts are roasting on an open fire, the weather outside is frightful, and baby, it's cold outside. We are ready for winter and everything that means, from the inches of snow, the dropping temperatures. But let’s not forget that it’s also the time of year for the holiday season and all the shopping that comes with it! To quote Dr. Seuss, we think about "The ribbons! T