As our business continues to grow, we are happy to welcome Kaelyn Grigorieff as our new sales support representative.
TranPak is happy to welcome Logan Airheart as our new Logisitics Manager.
Last week, TranPak once again exhibited at the World Ag Show, located in Tulare, CA. Our main highlights were our plastic agricultural bins and handheld containers. Even with all of the morning fog and occasional rain, our representatives were always ready with a smile on their face to welcome anyone coming by our outdoor booth.
Typically, our intermediate bulk containers are used for the storage and shipping of liquid substances. They are often used in the chemical and agriculture industry.
However, a very different industry has found a unique use for the IBC's. Recently, The SnowGlobe New Year's Festival, based out of Lake Tahoe, used the IBC's to creat a large synchronized lighting display.
TranPak has once again chosen another employee as a Safety Warrior. This time around was John Valles. John has been recognized for his positive attitude and communication skills. He has shown in many occasions of being a team leader by encouraging others on the team and giving praise reports on certain individuals who are going beyond their duty.
Since TranPak has served the walnut industry for many years, TranPak decided to exhibit at the Walnut Show located in Yuba City, CA. Highlighted at the show were our plastic pallets, and our wildly popular Cyclone Plastic Hopper Bin.
It is once again that time of year. Where all of TranPak gathers for a Christmas potluck. Every year, we notice how much the TranPak family continues to grow. During this time, we love to give thanks to everyone involved in making TranPak the company it is today. With plenty of food and cheer to go around, we celebrate another wonderful year of growth, and look forward to what 2017 will bring.
After serving the almond industry for many years, TranPak decided to exhibit at the Almond Conference located in Sacramento, CA. Highlighted at the show were our plastic pallets, and our now famous Cyclone plastic hopper bin.
TranPak takes workplace safety very seriously. Our warehouse manager Steven Mora has made it his personal mission in ensuring that all of our employees are working as safely as possible. If there are any incidents on the job, no matter how small, TranPak will make sure the injured employee is well taken care of, with numerous first aid kits on site, and a workers compensation program to pay for all doctor/hospital visits.
TranPak closed its doors on November 16th, 2016 for a company-wide retreat located at Wonder Valley Ranch. At the retreat we participated in team building exercises, which included a ropes course, and blind canoeing. At the same time as having lots of fun, we learned more about each other, and how much we enjoy working as a team.