Corrugated Retail Graphics for Brand Marketers. You're in the Right Place. Proactive designs, prints and assembles (contract package) in our 240,000 Sq Ft plant. Our job is selling your product, not ourselves. We make your packaging and displays: simple, clean and compelling. Specializing in Direct Print Flexography and Wide Format Digital Print up to 8 colors, plus Litho Label/Lam. Examples include: shelf, frozen and refrigerated packaging, Point of Sale Displays/Shippers, Pallet Displays, in-store signage, graphic floor tiles, ceiling mobiles, trade show booths, podiums, banners and branding program elements. We're specialist in Club Store packaging & displays. We know at retail there is no finish line. You're scored against competition, but beating yourself is never ending. Each product must earn its shelf space daily. So make your packaging matter. Why Wait? To Sell More call: 909.390.5624.
Industry Affiliations: Food Industry Sales Managers Club Los Angeles, CA; Southern California Dairy Deli & Bakery Council, Southern California Fresh Produce & Floral Council
Number of Employees: 80
Year Established: 1994
Awards Received: Winner of 24 National Awards: Graphic Design USA, packagePrinting & Creative Magazines
Sustainable Capabilities: Proactive Packaging & Display is a Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) Certified Supplier. Proactive provides consumer products packaging and displays that are 100% sustainable with its unique Eco-Board boutique product line. Leading CPG brand marketers and co-packers rely on Proactive when they need to move their packaging strategy forward with eye-popping graphics in a 100% sustainable format. You receive packaging that passes through all five windows of sustainability: 1) materials, 2) inks, 3) coatings, 4) curing and 5) assembly. Unless your packaging passes through all five windows, it is not what it pretends to be - but Proactive can get you there.
We take a look at some of the ways the packaging industry is moving forward with sustainability in this issue. We also cover how one company is dealing with the cardboard shortage, and why some cardboard, namely from pizza boxes, may not need to be tossed into the garbage.