While our company heritage dates back to 1965, we have plenty of current news to share about our people, products, partners and community.
With respect, honor and gratitude, we salute America’s veterans for their service and dedication to our country. We also recognize the 27 NPX ONE associates, including our CEO & President, that served a combined 242 years in four of America’s military branches. Earlier this week, we honored NPX ONE veterans with a personalized metal sign that features their respective military branch insignia. Pictured are most of the veterans listed below who are continuing their careers at NPX ONE:
Michael Bush (Marine Corps); Maurice Camper (Marine Corps); Marlon Cary (Marine Corps); Michael Cawthon (Army); Ann Clark (Marine Corps); Elmer Cowan (Air Force); Rudy Cuellar (Army); Jerry Dodson (Army); Christian Freudenberger (Navy); Tommy Gray (Army); Seleena Hayes (Marine Corps); Bobby Henderson (Navy & Army); Charles Kellenberger (Army); Jim Key (Navy); Bradley Lambirth (Army); Donald Lamm (Army); Dean Luke (Marine Corps); Nathan Lymon (Marine Corps); Charles Minton (Army); Grant Moyer (Army); William Pate (Marine Corps); Jonathan Riley (Navy); Thomas Roth (Army); Duane Rutland (Army); Melvin Santiago (Army); Rick Stevens (Army); Canon Vanrhoon (Army); Robert Vaughn (Army); and Kenneth Weems (Navy).
Our ongoing “Project Mirror” is designed to ensure that the food packaging products manufactured in our Indianapolis and Reading facilities feature identical specifications and exceptional quality. Recently, NPX One Indianapolis hosted the annual Thermoforming Setup Operator (TSO) Training for associates from both facilities. The week-long session focused on mechanisms, theory of operations, and collaboration between teams and plants.
NPX ONE associates pictured on the left, from left to right: Sean Brock (Process Engineer, Indianapolis); Training Support Tech; Todd Bailey (TSO, Reading); and Eduardo Trejo (Manufacturing Engineer, Reading)
NPX ONE associates pictured on the right, from left to right: Mauri Mason (TSO, Indianapolis); George Owens (TSO, Indianapolis); Cordaryl Johnson (TSO, Indianapolis); Bradley Lambirth (Trades Helper, Indianapolis); Training Support Tech; and Sean Brock (Process Engineer, Indianapolis)
NPX ONE was established by Atlas Holdings as a standalone food tray business following the sale of the Novipax absorbent business to ACON Investments.
Ron Leach, Chairman of NPX ONE, noted “NPX ONE is well-positioned to deliver superior service to the food producers who rely on us for their packaging needs, and we’re excited to begin this journey as a standalone business.” Learn More.
With a 55-year heritage of industry leadership, NPX ONE is firmly committed to adhere to the industry’s best manufacturing, operations and management practices.
Both of the company’s manufacturing facilities are audited annually to ensure that our tray packaging products adhere to the highest food quality standards.
Our tray manufacturing facilities in Indiana and Pennsylvania are certified to the SQF Food Safety Code.
The SQF standards are included in the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) benchmarked food safety scheme that covers the hygienic production of packaging materials.
NPX ONE Processor trays feature the strength to withstand the most rigorous, high-speed packaging systems in the industry today.
Available plain or pre-padded with absorbent pads – a key consideration for meat and poultry processing applications – NPX ONE Processor trays offer superior machinability, thus reducing downtime and improving operational efficiency.
NPX ONE Processor trays enable packaged fresh foods to maintain visual, textural and nutritional appeal.
NPX ONE Processor trays are available in a variety of sizes, strengths and colors to meet your specific need, all backed by the most experienced team of sales professionals and technical service representatives in the industry.