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Printpack Overview

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Atlanta, GA
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Alcoa, Pliant, Tetra Pak
Printpack is one of the largest flexible and specialty rigid packaging converters in the United States, with an over fifty-year history of providing industry leading, value-enhancing service and products to its customers.

Mission: Printpack is a privately held company with old-fashioned family values. We believe that cooperation, honesty, and integrity result in innovative flexible and specialty rigid packaging products for our customers. We feel it is our responsibility to build strong, long-term ... Read more

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    Former Employee - Intern - Hourly in Atlanta, GA
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    I worked at Printpack (Less than a year)


    Great people, good pay, learning experience


    Lots of work, Needed more training

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    Pricing Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Atlanta, GA
    No Offer
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    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Printpack (Atlanta, GA) in January 2017.


    I was called in for an interview for this position, asked my salary requirements over the phone, had the in person interviews which lasted about 4 hours and got a call 4 days later stating the position was down graded to an entry level opportunity and was paying much less than what was initially indicated. I thought it was unprofessional to have a phone interview with me and interview me in person asking my salary requirements to only get a voicemail less than a week later. Found out the information about the position becoming entry level when I returned the call and asked for feedback. I understand things change but I thought that it was very odd to set up an interview with me knowing my experience than out of no where the position was changed and I was told I was overqualified. I am only stating what I was told by an HR representative. It was stated to me that they wanted a candidate with less experience that could learn the industry from scratch. I hope this is helpful.

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    • I was asked why I wanted to leave my current job since I had been there for years.   1 Answer
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Printpack Awards & Accolades

  • Silver Flexible Packaging Achievement (FPA) Award in Packaging Excellence, Flexible Packaging Association, 2013
  • WorldStar Winner, World Packaging Organisation (WPO), 2013
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