PCA Richland is the newest box plant in PCA’s network and the first new box plant to be constructed in the Pacific Northwest in the last 30 years. We are a full-line manufacturer of corrugated packaging, serving primarily the fresh produce and processed food and beverage market segments. Working closely with our sister plant in nearby Wallula, we are part of a highly integrated, closed loop system that includes the largest mechanical packing program in the region with customizable machines, skilled mechanics and machine shops. We also offer short lead times on deliveries.
We pride ourselves on meeting and exceeding our customers’ expectations and on our innovative, solution-based service and flexibility. We take your concepts and make them a reality with the best-in-market turnaround and speed.
This plant offers quick turnaround times from when you place your order to when it is delivered.
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.
Nearby PCA facilities are capable of producing your order in case of operational disruptions.
This plant has the capability to process preprinted linerboard, which is paper (in roll form) that has been printed prior to being converted into corrugated sheets. Combining of preprint requires special equipment on a corrugator to assure precise cut-off.
The ability to print more than one ink color directly on the corrugated board in a single pass through the converting equipment.
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.