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TricorBraun Employee Receives CPP Distinction

January 4, 2008

The title of Certified Packaging Professional, conferred by the Institute of Packaging Professionals, has been awarded to Theresa Duricek, project manager, internet applications, TricorBraun. The certification requires six years of experience and the successful completion of a rigorous testing program, as well as a review of activities within the packaging industry.

“The Institute of Packaging Professionals certification can be achieved only after a demanding and time-consuming process. Ms. Duricek’s receipt of this distinction represents her pledge to TricorBraun customers to provide the most current information and finest packaging insight obtainable,” said Keith Strope, president, TricorBraun. More info: www.tricorbraun.com

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