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CardPak Corporate Overview

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    • 1.  
    • 2. Card Pak History Four Decades of Growth
      • 1965 Founded as a spin-off of American Packaging Corporation
          • Skinboard manufacturing
          • 1 st year sales reached $750,000
      • 1974 Installed 5-color Aurelia Omsca printing press
          • Enters Blister Card Market
      • 1990 Sales reached $10 Million
      • 1991 Installed 6-color Komori printing press
      • 1997 Installed 5-color Komori printing press
          • Bobst Die-Cutter also installed
      • 1998 Moved all manufacturing and office personnel to new location which is where we operate today
          • Installed 6-color Komori printing press
          • Installed 2 nd Bobst Blanker Die-Cutter
      • Sales reached $15 Million
    • 3. Card Pak History Four Decades of Growth (cont.)
      • 2000 Sales reached $20 Million
      • 2003 Installed 8-color Komori printing press
      • 2004 Sales reached $25 Million
      • 2006 Launched new Eco Logical Line of Packaging ™ for sustainability
      • 2007 Implemented Corporate Sustainability Strategy
          • Becomes member of the Sustainable Packaging Coalition
          • Invited exhibitor at Wal-Mart’s Sustainable Packaging Exposition (2 years)
          • Developed and Hosted 1 st Annual Environmental Expo in conjunction with Pack Expo
          • Won Paperboard Packaging Council Awards (3) for EcoLogical Line of Packaging
      • 2008 On-Going Corporate Sustainability Strategy
          • New plant lighting project
            • Energy savings equivalent to 600 barrels of oil annually
          • Won PrintAction Environmental Printing Awards (Toronto, Canada)
            • Gold Award – Packaging Project: GE CFL Light Bulbs
            • Silver Award – Printing: GE CFL Light Bulbs
    • 4. Card Pak Manufacturing Overview
      • Prepress
        • Digital proofing system
        • Computer-to-Plate technology
      • Printing
        • 40” RP 6-color / 1-color UV backside Komori Lithrone Sheet-Fed Offset with tower aqueous coater (1998)
        • 40” RP 8-color / 1-color UV backside Komori Lithrone Sheet-Fed Offset with tower aqueous coater (2003)
      • Coating
        • 55” Steinemann Inframat off-line coater
      • Die Cutting
        • In-house laser die manufacturing
        • 3 Bobst SP104-ER Blankers
      • Folding / Gluing
        • International EG006
        • International 6F
    • 5. Card Pak Pak Seal™ Coating Advantages
      • Faster dwell times
      • Greater bond strength
      • Consistent sealing performance
      • Excellent for recycled blisters
      • Adaptable to all sealing equipment
      • Only backseal coating that seals card to card and card to blister (frontside and backside)
      • FDA compliant and EPA approved
    • 6. Card Pak Incoming Material Inspection Protocol
      • Test board for sealability before the raw material enters production
        • Work Instruction (WI) 1022 used
        • Board that fails is quarantined and the supplier is notified for replacement orders
        • Certificates of Authenticity (COA) required for all incoming board lots
        • Measurements of ZDT and IGT Blister are reviewed in relation to sealability
          • Verified on Seal Master 500
        • All testing values set by Card Pak based on individual customer requirements
      • COA’s are required for all incoming ink and coating orders
        • WI 2017 used
    • 7. Card Pak ISO Certifications
      • ISO 9001:2002 – Quality
        • Recertified November 5, 2006
        • Expires November 4, 2009
        • Last internal audit in March 2007
          • Passed with no nonconformance issues
      • ISO 14001:2004 – Environmental
        • Surveillance audit re-approved October 25, 2007
        • Valid thru October 31, 2009
        • Several environmental customer audits passed
    • 8. Card Pak Future Capital Considerations
      • Narrow Web Flexography Hybrid Printing Press
        • In-line laminating
        • In-line UV inks and coatings
        • In-line rotary die-cutting
        • In-line water based and solvent based coatings
    • 9. Card Pak Products
      • Blister Cards
      • Folding Cartons and Sleeves
      • Clamshell Inserts
      • Skinboard
      • Specialty Displays
      • Pak Seal ™ Coating
      • Eco Logical Line of Packaging ™
        • Club Pak ™ - The Sustainable Alternative to Clamshells
        • Sustain Pak ™ - The Recycled Alternative to Clamshells
      Products packaged in Club Pak ™ and Sustain Pak ™ designs
    • 10. Card Pak’ s Products Blister Cards and Inserts
      • Proprietary Pak Seal ™ coating and aqueous coatings
      • Dedicated or combination production orders
        • 4/4 color runs
        • Xpress runs with 4 day turnaround
      • Up to 8-color front side plus 1 color UV back side
      • Stock paperboard and custom orders
        • SBS and Recycled
    • 11. Card Pak’ s Products Folding Cartons and Glued Sleeves
      • Various paperboard and micro-flute styles
      • Dedicated or combination production orders
        • 4/4 color runs
        • Xpress runs with 4 day turnaround
      • Up to 8-color front side with aqueous coating plus 1 color UV back side
      • Stock paperboard and custom orders
        • SBS and Recycled
    • 12. The Impact of Wal-Mart
      • Stores: >6,500 Worldwide
      • Suppliers: >60,000
      • Customers: 176 Million / Week
      • Wal-Mart’s Ultimate Sustainability Goals
        • To Be Supplied by 100% Renewable Energy
        • To Create Zero Waste
        • To Sell Products That Sustain Our Resources and Environment
    • 13. Wal-Mart Approach to Sustainable Packaging
      • Packaging Sustainable Value Network Goal
        • Eliminate Use of Materials Harmful to Human Health and the Environment
        • Use 100% Renewable Materials
        • Reduce Packaging Costs by 5%
      • First Step: Wal-Mart Packaging Sustainability Scorecard
        • Weighted, Value-based Analysis by SKU of Packaging Materials and Practices
        • Transparency to Drive Competitive Improvement Among Suppliers
        • Launched to 2,000 Private Label Suppliers November 2006
        • Will Roll Out to >60,000 Global Suppliers February 2007
        • Will Roll Out to Entire Supply Chain February 2008
    • 14. Wal-Mart Sustainable Packaging Exposition
      • Sam’s Club – GE Success
    • 15. Packaging Industry Sustainable Strategy
      • Sustainable Packaging:
        • maximizes the use of renewable or recycled source materials
        • is manufactured using clean production technologies and best practices
        • is physically designed to optimize materials and energy
        • is effectively recovered and utilized in biological and/or industrial cradle to cradle cycles
        • meets market criteria for performance and cost
        • is beneficial, safe & healthy for individuals and communities throughout its life cycle
      * Definitions from Sustainable Packaging Coalition (www.sustainablepackaging.org)
    • 16. Paperboard Industry Sustainable Facts
      • The forest products industry plants 1.7 million trees a day, exceeding the number of trees harvested
      • 1 acre of trees absorbs 6 tons of carbon dioxide and emits 4 tons of oxygen
      • The U.S. forest inventory has increased 39% since 1952
      • Currently forests cover 33% or 747 million acres of the U.S.
      • Producing a ton of paper today uses 24% less energy than it did in the early 1970’s.
      • Paper and paperboard accounted for more than 75% of all packaging material recovered in 2005
      * Source: American Forest and Paper Association (AF&PA)
    • 17. Paperboard Industry Sustainable Facts (cont.)
      • The industry recovers 50% of paper used in the U.S.
      • According to the EPA, paper accounted for 57% of all municipal solid waste recovery
      • Recovered fiber from recycling now comprises 37% of the domestic raw material supply
      • The industry has set a goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 12% by 2012
      • The U.S. paper industry had invested an estimated $10 billion in new recycling capacity
      * Source: American Forest and Paper Association (AF&PA)
    • 18. Card Pak Sustainable Strategy
      • CardPak Sustainable Packaging
        • CardPak uses 100% paperboard materials (renewable resource) in manufacturing applications
        • CardPak is ISO 14001:2004 certified for environmental management systems
        • CardPak’s Pak Seal ™ coating is EPA approved and FDA compliant
        • CardPak’s Club Pak ™ and Sustain Pak ™ products eliminate over 60% of plastic material when replacing clamshells
        • CardPak’s Sustain Pak ™ utilizes 100% recycled plastic and paperboard materials
        • CardPak’s products are 100% recyclable where facilities exist in community collections and industrial reclamation
    • 19. Our Opportunity: The Perfect Storm
      • Consumer Knowledge/Embracing of Environmental issues
      • Wal-Mart Sustainable Packaging Initiatives
      • Supply Chain Pricing Pressures
      • Fluctuating Oil Prices
      • Wrap Rage – customers hate plastic clamshells
    • 20. Card Pak’ s Eco Logical Line of Packaging™ Club Pak ™ The Sustainable Alternative to Clamshells
      • Comparable in strength & security to clamshells
      • 100% renewable & recyclable materials for Sustain Pak ™
      • Safe & easy opening designs
      • Significant reduction in plastic materials (up to 85%)
      • Material cost savings opportunities
      • Greater shelf impact graphics
    • 21. Card Pak’ s Eco Logical Line of Packaging™ Sustain Pak ™ The Recycled Alternative to Clamshells
      • Strong graphics and information billboard
      • Dispenses easily with perforated opening feature
      • Stores product safely until needed
      • Reduces 60%+ of plastic materials
      • Substitutes SBS with recycled paperboard
      • Converts PVC to RPET blisters
    • 22. Card Pak ’s Sustainable Packaging Strategy
      • Existing Clamshell
      • Card Pak ’s Club Pak ™ Concept
    • 23. Club Pak ™ / Clamshell Direct Comparison Clamshell Plastic 71.3 grams Paper 15.3 grams Total 86.6 grams ClubPak ™ Plastic 27.6 grams Paper 33.7 grams Total 61.3 grams The ClubPak™ solution offers an average 25 to 30% reduction in packaging materials by weight and reduces plastic content by over 60%
    • 24. The Club Pak ™ Advantage Analysis performed by Environmental Packaging International (EPI) dated February 14, 2007 PVC Package System ClubPak™ Package System Energy Use (BTUs from production) 11,377 2,244 Greenhouse Gases (grams of CEs 2 - production, recycling, disposal) 138 71 Material Inputs (grams of Raw Material) 308 193 Chemical “Bad Actors” (EPI rating from 10 US Gov. lists) 2,129 29 Int’l Packaging Fees (9 largest markets with fees) $0.0610 $0.0159 Est. Wal-Mart Score (2/07 estimate on draft scorecard) 1.24 2.05
    • 25. Environmental Packaging Measurement Tools
      • Card Pak Currently
        • Environmental Packaging International (EPI)
        • Wal-Mart Stores Inc. – Package Modeling
        • Custom Program with Affinity Consultants – Sustainable Solutions for a Changing World
      • Other Available Considerations
        • USEPA’s ReCon Tool
        • US-CTS Greenhouse Gas Calculator
        • Leonardo Academy’s Cleaner and Greener Emission Reduction Calculator
    • 26. Card Pak’ s Sustainable Packaging Strategy
      • Club Pak ™ and Sustain Pak ™ Marketplace Successes
    • 27. National Media Coverage
    • 28. Club Pak ™ / Sustain Pak ™ Definitions
      • Club Pak 2 – 2 piece structure with trapped blister  
      • Club Pak 3 – 3 piece structure with front card, insert, and back card with trapped blister 
      • Club Pak HD1 – 2 piece structure with corrugated front card and paperboard back card with trapped blister
      • Club Pak HD2 – 2 piece structure with both cards made of corrugated material with trapped blister
      • Sustain Pak 2, 3, HD1, and HD2 are all similar to Club Pak styles with the exception that all paperboard and blisters materials are 100% recycled and recyclable where facilities exist
    • 29. Standup Club Pak Package * Patent pending
    • 30. Card Pak Highlights
      • Full suite of paperboard products and services
        • Blister cards, folding cartons, inserts, and displays
        • Unique manufacturing formats for dedicated runs and low cost rush demands
        • Complete prepress and graphic capabilities
      • Top 3 volume manufacturer of traditional carded packaging
      • Positioned in high quality / high growth markets
        • Cosmetic / Personal Care
        • Pharmaceutical / Healthcare
        • Electronics / Media
        • Household / Hardware / Automotive
    • 31. Card Pak Highlights (cont.)
      • Innovative Product Development
        • Eco Logical Line of Packaging ™
          • Club Pak ™ / Sustain Pak ™
      • Advanced manufacturing strategy
        • Lean Manufacturing System established 2006
        • ISO 9001:2002 / ISO 14001:2004
        • Incoming material testing / outgoing seal testing (Seal Master 500)
        • Customer field engineering support for machinability and seal testing
    • 32. Next Steps and Follow-Up
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