How to Reduce Packaging Costs and Drive Sustainability

With rising inflation and a pending recession, many companies are publicly (and privately) creating initiatives in an attempt to take hundreds of millions of dollars of packaging out of their supply chains. But packaging is about more than just financials, it’s also about sustainability. And reducing packaging costs while driving sustainability doesn’t have to be a trade off – if you have the right data and tools in place, you can do both. 

Matthew Wright
Founder & CEO, Specright

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  • A brief overview of packaging market dynamics 
  • How companies can use packaging data to drive spend reduction
  • How to Evaluate Sustainability & Take You Packaging Reduction Initiative to the Next Level

“Where we see sustainability opportunities for us in the industry as a whole is looking for biomass reduction. And with packaging, we use a tremendous amount of corrugated or paper products in general, and we need to be able to recognize what those products are that we’re packaging with, being able to identify volumes, costs and so on, so that we can actually put number to those biomass reductions in relation to the amount of corrugated, amount of paper, anything that goes into the packaging product.”

Darrin Maue

Packaging Engineer, Caterpillar

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Matthew Wright

Matthew Wright is the founder & CEO of Specright. Prior to founding Specright, he spent more than 25 years in the packaging industry, holding leadership positions at International Paper, Temple Inland, and rightPAQ — a packaging company he co-founded. He has also been involved in leading multiple M&A deals in the packaging industry. He sits on the Packaging Advisory Board at Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo.

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