Integrated Packaging Company, LLC Awards

2006 NMSDC large MBE category III “Supplier of the Year“

NMSDC-Logo-NATIONAL-CMYKWhether you’re a small minority-owned organization or a billion dollar powerhouse, we’re committed to helping you solve the growing need for supplier diversity.  Minority group members are United States citizens who are Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American. Ownership by minority individuals means the business is at least 51% owned by such individuals or, in the case of a publicly-owned business, at least 51% of the stock is owned by one or more such individuals i.e. the management and daily operations are controlled by those minority group members.

PG-Proctor-Gamble2008 IPC named “Supplier of the Year” large Fortune 50 Consumer goods company

Among P&G’s more than 75,000 suppliers and agencies, the seven that received the highest honor of being named Excellence Award winners.  IPC was among those ranks.

15 years consecutive on Black Enterprise’s LIST_BE100SPrestigious “BE 100“

BLACK ENTERPRISE is the premier business, investing, and wealth-building resource for African Americans. Since 1970, BLACK ENTERPRISE has provided essential business information and advice to professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and decision makers.

PointsofLight_Vertical_color2011 IPC Louisiana’s” Point of Light Award” for Community Development

At Points of Light, we help millions of volunteers change the world. We mobilize people to take action on the causes they care about through innovative programs, events and campaigns. Points of Light is creating a culture of volunteerism, one that celebrates the power of service.

One of the only MBE’s to have a Harvard Businessstacked_1200px_130327 Case written about it, this case is currently taught in leading B-Schools (Harvard, MIT, Wharton)

As a child, Al Fuller had seen his working-class, African-American neighborhood disintegrate as factory jobs moved away. He resolved to help inner-city communities do better when he grew up. Some years later, as an accomplished university graduate with several years manufacturing experience, he embarked on a scheme to take over and revitalize first one, then another, corrugated box plant. These plants were plagued by inefficiency, poor quality control, and tense labor relations. Using his understanding of inner-city life, Fuller employed discipline-based strategies to empower his employees and turn the failing plants into engines of community revitalization.

IPC’s CEO is a former Presidential Appointee having served as a secretary of commerceMember of the Obama Administration Secretary of Commerce ” Manufacturing Council Advisory Board“

Al Fuller,CEO, in November 2012 was inducted intologo the SVN(Social Venture Network) Hall of Fame for Social Entrepreneurs

Wayne Silby and Josh Mailman co-founded Social Venture Network in 1987. Silby and Mailman envisioned a platform to connect, inspire and support influential entrepreneurs who wanted to use business to create a values-driven and sustainable world.