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NRC SMM Webinar - Paper Shipping Sack Recycling
Tuesday, March 20, 2018, 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM PDT
Category: Webinars

NRC SMM Webinar - Paper Shipping Sack Recycling

Paper industrial shipping sacks, often called multiwall sacks, provide efficient and economical packaging of a wide range of food, agricultural, construction, industrial and consumer products. And, because they are made almost entirely of paper, they often can be recycled after they are emptied. Learn from an industry association representative how recycling clean, unlined food paper shipping sacks can help reduce the amount of waste requiring landfill disposal and provides an exceptionally good source of fiber for the manufacturing of new cardboard boxes and other paper packaging products, as well as other paper products.

 Tuesday March 20, 2018/ 10:30 – 11:45 AM PST

Presenters: Dick Storat, Secretary/ Treasurer, Paper Shipping Sack Manufacturers’ Association (PSSMA)

Topic Subject Matter – Paper Shipping Sacks
Technical Complexity – Moderate
Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8504410568581148419

Richard E. Storat

Presenter Biography

Dick Storat is the founder and president of RSA, Inc. (Richard Storat & Associates, Inc.), a provider of management and economic consulting services to the forest products industry. He is past president and current Secretary/Treasurer of the Paper Shipping Sack Manufacturers’ Association. He also publishes Scoring BoxesTM, a monthly newsletter on conditions in the US containerboard and corrugated industry.

Prior to establishing this consulting firm, Mr. Storat was an officer of Gaylord Container Corporation, where he served as Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Chief Information Officer.

Mr. Storat previously served the American Forest & Paper Association as the forest products industry’s Chief Economist. There he also became recognized as an expert on economic factors affecting the industry and on industry statistics. He managed the industry’s statistical and economic analysis programs; and spoke regularly to Wall Street, the media and business groups on industry business and economic conditions.

Mr. Storat retired from the US Army with the rank of Major General after more than 38 years of active and reserve service. He saw combat duty in Vietnam and during Desert Storm.

Mr. Storat graduated from West Point, and earned a Master of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA at Lehigh University.