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Packaging Digest, Fall 2015

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Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation for Packaging Digest November 2015 (required by 39 USC 3685) 1. Publication Title: Packaging Digest; 2. Publication Number: ISSN 0030-9117; 3. Filing Date: October 1, 2015; 4. Issue Frequency: Quarterly; 5. No. of issues Published Annually: 4; 6. Annual Subscription Price: $150/year US-Canada-Foreign; 7. Complete Mailing Address of Known Office of Publication: UBM Canon, 2901 28th St., Suite 100, Santa Monica, CA 90405; Los Angeles County; 8. Complete Mailing Address of Headquarters or General Business Office of Publisher: UBM Canon, 2901 28th St., Suite 100, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 9. Full Names and Complete Mailing Addresses of Publisher and Editor: Publisher: Steve Everly, Brand Director, UBM Canon, 1200 Jorie Blvd., Suite 215, Oak Brook, IL 60523; Editor: Lisa McTigue Pierce, UBM Canon, 1200 Jorie Blvd, Suite 215, Oak Brook, IL 60523; 10. Owner: UBM Canon, 2901 28th St., Suite 100, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 11. Known Bondholders, Mortgagees, and Other Security Holders Owning or Holding 1 Percent or More of Total Amount of Bonds, Mortgages, or Other Securities: None; 12. (Must be completed if the pub- lication title shown in item 1 is a publication published and owned by a non-profit organiza- tion). The purpose, function and nonprofit status of this organization and the exempt status for federal income tax purposes: Has Not Changed During Preceding 12 Months; 13. Publica- tion: Packaging Digest; 14. Issue Date for Circulation Data: August 2015. Average No. of Copies of Each Issue During Preceding 12 Months No. of Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date Total no. of copies (net press run) 46,003 46,809 Mailed outside-country paid/requested subscriptions stated on Form 3541 38,398 37,657 Other paid or requested distribution outside USPS 1,464 1,427 Total paid and/or requested circulation 39,862 39,084 Outside-country non-requested copies stated on PS Form 3541 4,909 5,662 Non-requested copies distributed outside USPS 957 1,605 Total non-requested distribution 5,866 7,267 Total distribution 45,728 46,351 Copies not distributed 275 458 Total 46,003 46,809 Percent paid and/or requested circulation 87.2% 84.3% Requested and paid electronic copies 33,731 32,420 Total requested and paid print copies and requested/paid electronic copies 73,593 71,504 Total requested copy distribution and requested/paid electronic copies 79,459 78,771 Percent paid and/or requested circulation 92.6% 90.77% I certify that all information furnished on this form is true and complete. I understand that anyone who furnishes false or misleading information on this form or who omits material or information requested on the form may be subject to criminal sanctions (including fines and imprisonment) and/ or civil penalties. (Signed) Roger Burg, Portfolio Director ad index Company Name Page number Company Name Page number Advantage Puck ����������������������������� 23 www.AdvantagePuck.com All Packaging Machinery ����������������� 30 www.allpackagingmachinery.com Allied Electronics, Inc. �����������������������2 www.thinkallied.com Beardow Adams ����������������������������� 11 www.BeardowAdams.com Busch LLC ���������������������������������������7 www.buschusa.com Code Tech Corporation ����������������������3 www.codetechcorp.com C-P Flexible Packaging �������������������� 29 www.cpflexpack.com DAK Americas �������������������������������� 35 www.dakamericas.com Fort Dearborn Company ������������������� 21 www.fortdearborn.com Glue Dots International �������������������� 22 www.gluedots.com/adhesives HLP Klearfold ��������������������������������� 19 www.hlpklearfold.com HP IPG Worldwide ��������������������������� 40 www.hp.com/go/hpindigo20000 KHS Ag ����������������������������������������� 26 www.khs.com Kliklok-Woodman �����������������������������1 www.kliklokwoodman.com mk North America �������������������������� 36 mknorthamerica.com Mondi Packaging AG �������������������������5 www.mondigroup.com Overnight Labels, Inc. ������������������������6 www.overnightlabels.com Paris Art Label Co, Inc ��������������������� 14 www.parisartlabel.com Paxton Products, an ITW Company ���� 34 www.itw-air.com Penford Bioproducts ���������������������� 27 www.penford.com/bioproducts Primera Technology ��������������������������9 www.primera.com Printing 3D Parts, Inc.���������������������� 23 www.printing-3d-parts.com Sealed Air Corp. ����������������������������� 15 www.sealedairprotects.com Shurtape Technologies �������������������� 10 www.shursealsecure.com Simplimatic Automation ���������������������6 www.Simplimatic.com Sleeve Seal ����������������������������������� 13 www.sleeveseal.com Stackteck Systems Ltd �������������������� 22 www.stackteck.com Toray Plastics (America), Inc. ������������ 17 www.toraytpa.com Valco Melton ���������������������������������� 16 www.valcomelton.com Yaskawa Motoman ������������������������� 31 www.motoman.com 38 TRENDS // fall 2015 www.PackagingDigest.com rising star Packaging scholarship recipient vows to 'give back' Passionate about using what she learns to help others in need, Alexandra Slagle got a recent boost herself. She received the 2015 Richard C. Ryan Packaging Education Scholarship and will use the $2,000 to continue her studies at Michigan State University's School of Packaging. Te scholarship memorializes Richard Ryan, the former president and CEO of Dorner Mfg. Corp., who died unexpectedly in 2012. Ryan served on the PMMI board of directors and was committed to packaging education, encouraging lifelong learning. Funded by Dorner Mfg. Corp., the grant is awarded to an exceptional student enrolled in a two- or four-year program at any of PMMI's partner schools. Jim Barwick, director of human resources at Dorner Mfg., says, "Tis was a difcult decision because of the quality of all of our applicants, but we're pleased to have selected Alexandra Slagle as the recipient of the Richard C. Ryan Scholarship for 2015. She has a clear understanding of the feld, has a plan, shows passion, and we were particularly impressed by her international perspective." "I am incredibly grateful to be the recipient of the 2015 Richard C. Ryan Scholarship," Slagle says. "Tis award will allow me to continue my passion for learning and dive deeper into the world of packaging. It will also allow me to get closer to my goal of helping others in need around the world." Slagle is starting her junior year and expects to graduate in May 2017. In the last two years, she has augmented her formal packaging education with a hands-on internship at General Mills and participation in packaging mentorships at Kraft and Nestle. Additionally, Slagle works as an ofce assistant for the School of Packaging. Packaging Digest digs a bit deeper into her motivation and expectations. Why did you decide to pursue a career in packaging? Slagle: I decided to pursue a career in packaging after an experience I had at an orphanage in Mexico. After spending a week volunteering and living at the orphanage, it became clear how much the orphanage and country struggled with food and providing nutrition to their people. After witnessing a young boy break down in tears after dropping his roll on the dirty cobblestone ground at dinner, I knew that I wanted to help, and I realized that help could be provided through packaging. My end goal with packaging is to create a self- sustaining food package that will allow underdeveloped counties to get the nutrients they need by having a greater variety of food without the necessity of modern day conveniences that may be lacking in the area. Te idea of knowing that one day I could help the children at the Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos orphanage is really what made me decide that packaging was the career path for me. How has your internship at General Mills beneftted you? Slagle: My experience at General Mills Inc. has beneftted me immensely. My internship has allowed me to gain experience with diferent packaging materials, as well as the interactions between materials and food products. GMI also provided me with insight on the business world and everything that must take place to enable a project to be successful. GMI also allowed me to get one step closer to my goal through working with Partners in Food Solutions (PFS). PFS is an organization and corporate partnership that helps emerging food companies in underdeveloped African countries. PFS supports local companies by sharing knowledge and ideas to help companies grow and be successful. I had the opportunity to volunteer for PFS this summer working on the packaging for a vitamin supplement project to decrease malnutrition in Ethiopia. Tis project demonstrated to me the ability to impact lives around the world through packaging and the sharing of knowledge. GMI allowed me to expand my technical depth, grow my business acumen, experience my goal of international partnership, and I am incredibly thankful for all that I was able to learn and experience during my time at General Mills. Alexandra Slagle

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