How Pollock Orora’s Industry Connections Make SOLVED Happen

When Pollock Orora makes a claim, we have the industry standards of national and international trade associations to stand behind that claim. With more than a dozen partners certifying our products, designs, and services, you know your organization is conducting business with a proven leader. Take a look at a few of our industry connections so you can see how we make SOLVED happen.

Building Service Contractors Association International (BSCIA)

BSCIA’s worldwide network of more than 1,000 companies includes cleaning, security, landscaping, facility maintenance, and any other services affiliated with building managers and owners. Small mom-and-pop companies and international corporations alike can take advantage of BSCIA’s services, including contractor-specific seminars and education programs leading to certifications, membership publications, members-only prices on related goods, research, and plenty of networking. BSCIA brings together all aspects of building service contracting.

National Paper Trade Association Alliance (NPTA Alliance)

Founded in 1903, the NPTA Alliance serves the printing, publishing, packaging, and paper industry. From retail stores to corporate headquarters, NPTA represents paper distributors, paper suppliers, paper supply chain converters, and service providers supplying paper distributors and manufacturers with products and services. In other words, if it is made of paper, chances are it has a place in the NPTA Alliance.

Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute (PMMI)

If you have a product, you undoubtedly need packaging and processing. PMMI seamlessly ties these industries together. PMMI stimulates member growth through its digital and print PMMI Media Group, PACK EXPO trade shows, and Business Drivers. Business Drivers are PMMI’s rich resources, including market research and reports, technical training, and networking, branching out to your entire supply chain and beyond.

International Sanitary Supply Association (ISSA)

With 10,500 members from manufacturers and distributors to contractors and providers, ISSA hosts the industry’s most elaborate cleaning expos. With abundant business tools, educational opportunities, publications, information on cleaning industry standards, and legislative and regulatory services, ISSA covers the world in cleanliness with 5 headquarters in Australia, Canada, Italy, South Korea, and the United States. ISSA has another claim to fame: its Cleaning Industry Management Standard is the first consensus-based gold standard outline for a successful quality cleaning organization.

Retail Packaging Association (RPA)

Founded in 1989 for networking purposes among retail packaging manufacturers, distributors, and other packaging specialists, RPA is a distributor driven, self-governing not-for-profit organization with worldwide membership. Packaging manufacturers enjoy sales opportunities, and distributors are able to host annual trade shows for networking and education. Networking allows the free flow of referrals, service discounts, scholarship opportunities, et cetera. Organizations focusing on bags, boxes, labels, ribbons, tissue, wrap, or any other packaging material will find a seat at RPA’s table.

United States Green Building Council (USGBC)

Dedicated to transforming building design, construction and operation through the world’s most recognized green building system, LEED, the USGBC currently has 100,000 buildings enrolled in its programs. Entire communities are encouraged to participate in LEED to enhance humanity with green initiatives in buildings and materials. They have a goal to complete their initiative within one generation – a lofty goal they are striving to meet. USGBC wishes to enable construction of socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous living and working spaces while saving consumers money as efficiency improves.

International Facility Management Association (IFMA)

IFMA holds the crown of the world’s most readily recognized and largest facility management association. From its inception in 1980, IFMA now supports 23,000 members in 100 countries worldwide through certification of facility managers, research and education, and World Workplace, the world’s largest facility management conference and expo. With a goal of providing up-to-date information on management of any office environment, IFMA offers guidance and information through its main Houston, Texas, Service Center of Excellence.

Learn more about Pollock Orora’s industry affiliations by visiting our website, or call us at 800-843-7302.