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American plastics manufacturer helps disaster victims


June 27, 2019
By Bakers Journal

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Menasha Corporation’s 2019 summer interns experienced firsthand one of the corporation’s core values to make a positive difference in the community.

Interns sorted and packed diapers and other absorbency hygiene products for infants and adults at Jake’s Diapers in Kaukauna, Wis. Jake’s Diapers has provided tens of thousands of diapers across 20 countries for refugees, veterans, those in poverty, and individuals affected by disasters.

Menasha Corporation is an American corrugated and plastic packaging manufacturer and supply chain solutions provider specializing in retail merchandising packaging and displays, plastic reusable containers and pallets, protective packaging interiors, and packaging supply chain and fulfillment services. Menasha Corporation’s products and services are used by major food, beverage, consumer products, industrial/automotive, health and beauty, over-the-counter pharmaceutical, and electronics companies.

Menasha Corporation’s 35 summer interns are part of a formal company intern program and they work at various company locations throughout North America over an 8-week period. Many of the interns attended the volunteering kickoff event at the company’s headquarters in Neenah, Wis. “It’s important that we let our interns know that our company is a strong supporter of the communities where we live and work,” said Amy Wittig, Talent Management Specialist at Menasha Corporation in a press release. “What better way to communicate our values than to actually live them by spending a little time making a difference at an important community organization.”

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