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Integrated Packaging Corp. opened a new corrugated manufacturing plant in Alexandria, Louisiana, that is expected to create more than 50 new jobs within the first 18 months, says Chris Michel, IPC's director of new business development. An additional 20 to 30 jobs could be produced if the facility is expanded to include a corrugator, he adds.

The plant was opened to support Procter & Gamble's liquid laundry detergent plant in Pineville. "Procter & Gamble will buy roughly $26 million of corrugated packaging annually from IPC," Michel says.
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Title Annotation:NEWSPOINTS; Integrated Packaging Corp.
Author:Jefferson, Aisha
Publication:Black Enterprise
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U7LA
Date:Aug 1, 2005
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