For over 35 years, Creopack has created innovative, end-to- end packaging for a wide
range of industries and customer needs. We focus on finding a fast, efficient solution that
is specific to our client’s business context and takes into account every possible logistical and budgetary factor.
This client-oriented philosophy enables us to design tailored packaging solutions
that are reliable, environmentally friendly, and bring value to their business.
Our three facilities includes 75,000 sq.ft of manufacturing space featuring cutting-edge equipment and 35,000 sq.ft warehousing, plus an outdoor storage area. Creopack is run by a senior management team with extensive experience in the packaging industry and over 125 highly trained employees. The head office is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with an additional facility in Moncton, NB.
Creopack holds multiple patents, however we believe expertise to more valuable thantechnology in helping our customers find the shipping solution that suits them. We integrate innovation into every aspect of the company, from product design to manufacturing process.
Cutting edge design
Our multidisciplinary design teams use custom software to design directly onto a 3D model of the item to be shipped, which is then manufactured . Design program are then sent directly to CNC precision machine for manufacturing and garanties a perfect fit.
We are keenly aware of our responsibility to the planet we all share and the impact that packaging can have on climate change if not designed with sustainability in mind. Our aim is therefore to reduce our environmental footprint as much as possible by operating a zero-waste facility and focusing on reusable packaging whenever feasible.
We are achieving our sustainability goals by employing eco-friendly packaging designs, recycling wood waste, reusing cuttings, and recycling metals, cardboard, polyethylene foam and plastics. In the design phase, we integrate knowledge of different countries’ environmental standards, while our production facilities use low-consumption technology to reduce lighting and energy consumption.