PCA Grandville is a full-service manufacturer of corrugated shipping containers, high-impact graphics packaging, point-of-sale (POS) packaging and multi-color wax-cascaded containers. Our white wax-cascaded boxes are made using an extremely bright sheet, a key advantage when marketing high-quality produce and industrial products. In addition to structural design, we offer small box capabilities, die cutting, special coatings, and Sesame® Tapes, as well as preprint, screen print and digital print options. To better serve our food and beverage customers, we are an AIB-inspected facility. We are also a PCA-certified plant for hazardous materials packaging.
Working with PCA sister plants in Plymouth (triplewall bulk boxes) and Edmore, Michigan, PCA Grandville is a one-stop shop that offers small order quantities, rush orders, package testing, warehousing and just-in-time (JIT) delivery.
This plant offers quick turnaround times from when you place your order to when it is delivered.
Nearby PCA facilities are capable of producing your order in case of operational disruptions.
The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is an organization that establishes systems to benchmark food safety standards, including guidelines for food packaging manufacturers.
The process of treating combined board by cascading molten paraffin wax or an environmentally friendly alternative over vertical box blanks so that it seeps down the flutes as well as over the facings. This process makes the box moisture resistant.
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.
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.
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.
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.