PCA Atlanta Specialty provides total packaging solutions from concept and design to printing and manufacturing. We offer innovative, high-impact packaging including multi-color in-store displays and a wide variety of shipping container styles. We serve markets as varied as consumer packaged goods (CPG), automotive, electronics, healthcare, food service, industrial and chemical.
We pride ourselves in being “customer-centric.” Having a finger on the pulse of retail environments ensures a fast track from concept to placement on the retail floor. Through creative design, robust project management, state-of-the-art manufacturing and world-class assembly and fulfillment, the Atlanta Specialty plant is a premier supply chain solutions partner.
The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is an organization that establishes systems to benchmark food safety standards, including guidelines for food packaging manufacturers.
An international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system. Organizations use the standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
The ability to print more than one ink color directly on the corrugated board in a single pass through the converting equipment.
A value-added service to provide development of packaging graphics. This service includes pre- and post-print expertise for flexographic and lithography printing.
Point-of-purchase (POP) displays are corrugated structures, usually printed with high-quality graphics, that contain multiple sellable units of a product and serve as sales tools for the product.
Point-of-sale (POS) packaging is intended to serve both as a container and a sales tool to attract attention on the store shelf. It is usually printed with high-quality graphics and is typically the primary package that the consumer removes from the shelf and takes home with the product inside.
These value-added services are typically used for multi-piece corrugated products such as point-of-purchase displays. All of the pieces that comprise a full display unit are packed together, and sometimes product is packed into the unit as well.
The process of adhering a lithographically-printed label onto a combined corrugated sheet. Full labels cover the entire corrugated sheet; spot labels cover only a portion of the sheet.
The above is a small sampling of our plant’s capabilities. Please call us to discuss our complete product and service offerings and how we can meet your needs.