Iris Thomas Nominated to Executive Board of Petroleum Packaging Council

Iris Thomas Nominated to Executive Board of Petroleum Packaging Council

Plymouth, MA: CDF Corporation announced that Iris Thomas, National Sales and Business Development Manager, was appointed to the Executive Board of the Petroleum Packaging Council (PPC).

Iris was nominated and voted in by the membership in the Summer of 2020 and started her position on January 1st, 2021. Her term runs for six years. As an Executive Board Member, Iris joins Jeremy Henry, Director of Operations of BG Products; Kevin Whitehead, Sales Manager of Plastipak Packaging; Tony Swedersky, President, EPak Machinery; Stephen Estok, General Manager at CKS Packaging and Sam Merenda, President, and Owner of Graphics 2 Press.  The Executive Board’s responsibilities are to govern and direct the association, determine the association’s policies, actively pursue the association’s purposes, and have discretion in the disbursement of the association’s funds. Iris has been an Associate Member of the PPC since 2009 and has served on the board since 2014.

“It is an honor to serve on the Board of Directors and now the Executive Committee,” said Thomas. “I am proud of the accomplishments of this organization and how well they have served the petroleum packaging community, even through some difficult times.”

About CDF Corporation: CDF Corporation is a global company that utilizes a broad and deep knowledge base to create high-quality packaging systems tailored to meet its customers’ needs. CDF excels in three key packaging areas: deep-draw vacuum-forming, blow molding, intermediate bulk container, bag-in-box solutions, and heat sealing. CDF manufactures products ranging in sizes from 1 liter to 330 gallons in its Plymouth, Massachusetts ISO-certified facility. CDF’s products satisfy a variety of markets and applications, including the food and beverage, chemical, and cosmetic industries.

About Petroleum Packaging Council: The Petroleum Packaging Council is an association providing technical leadership and education to the petroleum packaging and blending industry. It is international in scope and includes packaging from the receipt of materials through the manufacturing process and to the end consumer.

For seven decades, the Petroleum Packaging Council has served petroleum packaging professionals exclusively as their premiere technical trade association. PPC is committed to the continual improvement of its services to its members and to promoting technical superiority to its industry.