NJPEC

AcronymDefinition
NJPECNew Jersey Packaging Executives Club (est. 1962)
NJPECNew Jersey Professional Engineers in Construction (service division; New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers)
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Reservations to attend the 37th Annual NJPEC Package of the Year Awards Banquet may be made online at http://www.
Founded in 1962, NJPEC is an organization of packaging professionals from all disciplines in the industry, who share information and hands-on business experience.
The NJPEC May 7th dinner will also bestow scholarships to up and coming packaging students as well as a high-achieving members' son or daughter who have demonstrated strong academic achievement.
Frederick Rimmele Memorial Scholarship: awarded to a NJPEC member in good standing with a son or daughter who is a full-time undergraduate student at a fully accredited college or university, having completed 2 semesters with a GPA of 3.
8220;This dinner is an inspirational night as we honor five individuals who have made an impact in packaging and design as well as shared their wisdom and generosity to educate and mentor others,” said John Ziemba, President of NJPEC, and Vice-President of Sales & Marketing, Tadbik.
Attendees will have an opportunity to network with their peers and celebrate our industry's most outstanding design and engineering achievements,” said Howie Greenberg, President of NJPEC and Sales Manager of Allstate Paper Box Company.
Reservations to attend the 36th Annual NJPEC Package of the Year Awards Banquet may be made online at http://www.
The POY Awards, Tricky Tray and other NJPEC activities help fund numerous scholarships that are awarded yearly to deserving students.
Reservations to attend the 35th Annual NJPEC Package of the Year Awards Dinner may be made online by logging on to www.
Frederick Rimmele Memorial Scholarship, in memory of NJPEC member Frederick Rimmele Sr.
The Kathleen Brady-Zito Memorial Scholarship, awarded by Vince Brady, NJPEC member and chief executive officer of Brad-Pak Enterprises, honors the memory of his daughter, a graduate of Rutgers University.