While PCI has grown to be a global supplier, we still value our tradition as a family business. Founded in 1972 in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin by Joseph F. Irace, PCI relocated to St Louis, Missouri and began converting flexible packaging. In 1984 we began our rise as the leading producer of private label microwave popcorn packaging with capacity of 1 billion plus units per year. Later our line of concession packaging solidified PCI’s reputation as a leading supplier to cinemas, stadiums and arenas throughout the country.
In 2013, we expanded our capabilities with a full line of custom folded paperboard packaging and window film facilities serving quick serve restaurants, personal care companies, frozen and dry food manufacturers, theatre chains and a diverse set of associated industries.
The EPA defines sustainability as “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”. As a converter of packaging PCI has the responsibility to operate responsibly and offer sustainable product solutions.
PCI is committed to reducing environmental impact within its operations by investigating and employing opportunities to reduce, reuse, and recycle. PCI recognizes the need to offer environmentally responsible options that meet the end-user requirements. Whether it’s within the organization or through
its customers reach PCI holds an active environmental position for