It’s probably safe to say that most consumers rarely pay much attention to packaging. Unless a product container is hard to open, borderline recyclable or aesthetically appealing/strange, most are just tossed sooner or later with nary a second thought.
Neil Kozarsky, on the other hand, thinks a lot about packaging. He is the CEO of T.H.E.M. – Technical Help in Engineering and Marketing – a single-serve/single-use packaging company based in Marlton that is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The company is responsible for a variety of packaging solutions, mainly for food items. But during the pandemic, it also developed a container for hand sanitizer that was virtually indestructible.
In this edition of NJBIZ Conversations, Kozarsky talks about the company’s evolution, particularly its game changing partnership with Japan’s Sanko Group, and what’s likely ahead for his industry.
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