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Crayex Corporation is pleased to announce that we have been certified by Eagle Food Registrations as a Level 3 SQF Quality Supplier!

Crayex Corporation is pleased to announce that we have been certified by Eagle Food Registrations as a Level 3 SQF Quality Supplier!

Posted on December 5, 2017 by in News, Uncategorized with no comments

This certification provides our customers the confidence that we are able to offer safe packaging products for use in the food industry. Level 3, the highest level of certification, is a comprehensive implementation of safety and quality management systems that incorporates certified HACCP food safety plans and is benchmarked by GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative). continue reading

Meet Alec Sharpe in our first edition of Employee Spotlight!

Meet Alec Sharpe in our first edition of Employee Spotlight!

Posted on November 13, 2017 by in News, Uncategorized with no comments

I came to Crayex because of my respect for the company and its leadership. Having sold Crayex film and bags since 1976 as a distributor, I actually knew little about production. Now I understand much more of what goes into the manufacturing of films and bags and my respect and admiration for Crayex these past 3 years has increased dramatically. All aspects of this company are open to me as a sales representative. There are no silos or divisions that are off limits to sales team. We all get it done. My relationship with Crayex has shown me their products are quality and their service consistently beats their competition. As a family company, all employees take a personal interest in maintaining the reputation of Crayex with excellence in their work. That’s why it is the right place for me!

My family is close so Mary, my bride of 45 years, and I play an integral part in the lives of our sons, daughter-in-law and five grandchildren (6 months-11 years). Being together after church, celebrating birthdays, holidays and special events is a part of our weekly lives together. Fishing, hunting, a little golf, small group/bible study and bicycling fill out the rest of our days. Buddy is our pet Pug who is a friend to all.

Piqua has won the Ohio Economic Development Association Excellence Award!

Posted on October 27, 2017 by in News with no comments

 

The Ohio Economic Development Association (OEDA), an economic development professional organization with over 600 members statewide, has announced that they’ve selected the Piqua Placemaking Initiative as the winner of the Economic Development Marketing Small Community award!  This award was presented during the 2017 Annual Summit held in Columbus from October 18th through 20th. continue reading

Premiering our new C&D Shrink Bundling Video!

Posted on September 18, 2017 by in News, Products, Uncategorized with no comments

C&D Bundling film is designed with performance in mind when running on high output automated shrink machines.  In bundling, there are three general types of machines, 2 roll, cut and wrap, and CF fully enclosed.  Although there are certain blends consistent with all 3 they’re still each fully customizable including, gauge, color, slip, venting, roll diameter, and printed options.  

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Crayex in Piqua is hiring Production Operators

Crayex in Piqua is hiring Production Operators

Posted on March 17, 2017 by in News, Uncategorized with no comments

Pay: $13/hour starting wage + $1 per hour night premium + a production bonus of up to approximately $2/hour paid quarterly!

The Crayex Corporation has exciting ground floor openings for production operators in our Piqua, Ohio facility. There are many opportunities for advancement! Our production operators pull rolls of plastic off of production lines, perform quality checks, and package them for shipment according to the work orders. Quality samples are taken and recorded hourly. continue reading

Plastic from Christmas Trees?

Plastic from Christmas Trees?

Posted on February 1, 2017 by in News, Uncategorized with no comments

At the start of every new year the curbs of small town America are littered with brittle Christmas trees just waiting to be picked up and hauled away to the dump…but what if there was a better use for these discarded decorations? Scientists have recently found away to use chemicals found in these old Christmas trees to make plastic! continue reading

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