Institute of Packaging Professionals

The Institute of Packaging Professionals is dedicated to creating networking and educational opportunities that help packaging professionals succeed.

IoPP is dedicated to the proposition that packaging is a positive, environmentally responsible and economically efficient force, operating in a modern economic society for the benefit and improved well-being of its people.

IoPP is committed to leadership in packaging through the continuing education and growth of its members and other packaging professionals.

IoPP is operated with rigorous quality standards, reinforced by continuous improvement and growth in the organization, its activities and operations.

IoPP is working with a dedicated team of volunteer leaders and employed staff, which collaborate efficiently and effectively for the betterment of packaging, the packaging community, IoPP and all of us as individuals; IoPP is maintaining timely and efficient communications among themselves and all other interested parties.

IoPP is operated by individuals with a high standard of ethical conduct in all affairs, within budget and with cost controls to effect fiscal responsibility.

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The Institute of Packaging Professionals is dedicated to creating networking and educational opportunities that help packaging professionals succeed.

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