The leader in rigid packaging and related services, TricorBraun was established in 1902 in St. Louis and today supplies stock packaging using glass, plastic, metal and rubber components. In addition, the company’s world-class Design Studio, in Chicago, develops customized, unique packaging ideas for the marketplace.
With more than 40 locations worldwide, the company has a strong commitment to customer service and credits its success to its innovation and continuous improvements in designs, production molds, engineering capabilities and various services.
TricorBraun serves several industries, including cosmetics and personal care, food and beverage and chemical. Additionally, it has a strong presence in the animal health, pharmaceutical and biological markets, with a supporting branch in Kansas City. “We proudly serve several Bio Nebraska members, including a few relationships sustained for more than 10 years,” said Mark Erickson, regional sales manager. “We’ve also established new relationships and active projects with other members since joining the association.”
TricorBraun’s award-winning Design & Innovation group is committed to creating packaging that solves customers’ problems, as well as continued consumer-focused research that provides data for exciting innovations. A global team of skilled and experienced mold engineers, structural packaging engineers, graphic designers, industrial designers, manufacturing process engineers, quality control technicians, test-marketers and materials specialists focus on meeting performance needs while also improving profitability.
“They bring a comprehensive knowledge of what’s possible — and a big dose of curiosity about the impossible — to the process of creating packaging,” said Erickson.
“The life sciences industry in Nebraska, and the greater Midwest, is key to our success. We believe the industry is critical to our future growth and development,” added Erickson. “The new and innovative companies operating in this market space benefit from companies like TricorBraun. We push the limits of innovative packaging solutions, create improvements to the supply chain and streamline sourcing packaging globally to meet the needs of our customers.”
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