PCA Denver (formerly Colorado Container) is a full-service combining plant that designs and manufactures a wide variety of corrugated containers, interior components, point-of-purchase (POP) displays and point-of-sale (POS) packaging. Our capabilities include litho labeling, multi-color printing, protective and retail packaging solutions, multiple flute profiles, static-resistant material and wood- and foam-enhanced packaging. For over 50 years, our fast, friendly service and outstanding quality have enabled us to build solid relationships with our customers and provide them with maximum value.
Our integration with PCA’s network makes PCA Denver a one-stop shop for your total packaging solutions. With the ability to design, manufacture and deliver packaging to meet virtually any need, we are the single-source supplier for all types of customers.
The ability to produce bulk- or pallet-sized packaging. This requires specific equipment/production capabilities.
The process of surface coating one or both sides of combined corrugated board with either wax or an environmentally friendly alternative. This process makes the box moisture resistant.
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.
Corrugated board made with a smaller flute profile, primarily E, F or N flute. Microflute is frequently used for primary packaging and provides for a smoother print surface.
A value-added service where PCA inventories an agreed-upon quantity of the customer’s corrugated products and delivers them either according to a schedule or when requested.
The in-house capability of developing the physical design and structural specifications for the corrugated packaging. Tools used include computer-aided design (CAD) software and performance modeling formulas.
Nearby PCA facilities are capable of producing your order in case of operational disruptions.
AIB is an organization focused on improving food safety. AIB establishes standards for packaging manufacturers to ensure that food products are safe. Inspections are conducted to ensure compliance to AIB standards.
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.