Meeting Your Packing Needs, One Solution at a Time.

A Discussion With Our Metal Pail Expert, Chase Browning.

In our last blog post, “Pails: Plastic or Metal, Which One Is Right for You?, we discussed the advantages of using plastic versus metal pails. When it comes to metal pails at JohnPac our sales representative, Chase Browning, has many years of experience with metal...

Pails: Plastic or Metal, which one is right for you?

Plastic Pails or Metal Pails? Which Type is Best for You? Pails have come a long way from their use in the ancient world. Pails, also known as buckets, are vessels with an open top and flat bottom. Originally, they were made from leather and eventually wood to fetch...

Why we construct our bags with Polypropylene.

We all know plastics are a controversial topic because of environmental concerns. The negative reputation of plastic is largely due to irresponsible practices when discarding unwanted packaging and products made from it. On the other side of the argument, goods made...

Food Safety Culture | The way we do business.

Our home, south Louisiana, is an agricultural hub to some of the nation’s biggest crop exports such as rice, sugarcane, and soybeans. JohnPac has long-standing customers that are this region’s top processing plants for these crops. We manufacture and supply them with...

Worried your shipment of bags won’t come in on time? We can help!

It’s no secret global trade is forever disrupted.  The appeal of low-cost bags is now outshined by the uncertainty of when your bags will be delivered.  The stress of delayed bags can quickly get out of hand if you receive a faulty container of bags or if that...

JOHNPAC BULK BAGS SHORE UP BURRITO LEVEE IN GRAND ISLE

It’s been almost a month since category 4 Hurricane Ida made landfall at 11:55 am Sunday, August 30 near Port Fouchan, Louisiana.  Clean up and recovery is still part of the new daily routine for emergency crews, contract workers, and citizens of the area.  Grand...