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Rocky Proffit Featured in PIA's MAG Magazine

September 13, 2017

When thinking of new ways to do business, people often tell you to “think outside of the box.” But for one Sparta, North Carolina specialty packaging company, even that was too limiting for what they had in mind…

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NAPCO Acquires Vulcan Information Packaging - A message from Rocky Proffit Founder and CEO of NAPCO

September 13, 2017

NAPCO Acquires Vulcan Information Packaging A message from Rocky Proffit – Founder and CEO of NAPCO It is my pleasure today to share the exciting news that we have acquired the assets of Vulcan Information Packaging in Vincent, Alabama.  Vulcan will continue to...

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Hand Crafted Custom Information Packaging in the USA

September 13, 2017

When it comes to custom packaging and binders, Vulcan is known for their high-speed automated production capabilities. But we are also proud of our USA production plant with in-house handmade production lines for short run binders and information packaging products....

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Announcing Vulcan's New Packaging Website

September 13, 2017

For over 70 years, Vulcan Information Packaging ( has been the leading manufacturer of looseleaf binders and information packaging products. As our industry continues the shift to a world of digital media with less paper and binder use, we are excited about the opportunities that lie ahead. This shift drives us to continually adjust and take steps to build our presence in the packaging industry.

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The Virtually Indestructible Menu Cover

May 1, 2017

Have you ever been at a restaurant, sat down, gotten nice and comfy, only to be handed a menu that at the slightest touch makes your skin crawl? We have all been there: the soggy menu, the menu that is so stained with previous meals and spills of patrons long passed that it is hard to read the menu options. Do you as a restaurant owner wish you could sanitize your menus, in the same way that you sanitize patrons’ knives, forks and plates? Then, it is time to consider the “Virtually Indestructible Menu Cover”!

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Vulcan's Customer Spotlight; Chad Brown

March 13, 2017

After starting my own company, I was looking for a very professional custom branded folder that was eco-friendly and affordable.  My previous experiences working with companies focused on printing or promotions were always poor and frustrating.  Either the prices were really low accompanied with subpar quality, or the companies were skilled production staff that had no concept of customer service.

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Building Your Brand: Your Logo and Custom Binders

March 6, 2017

Is your current logo representing you as a business? Do you possess Custom Binders or Packaging that shows who you are and what you do? If you cannot answer these questions with a yes, it is time to go back and reconsider your logo. A logo is the first visual representation of your business that prospective customers will see, so it’s always good to make sure it is depicting “you”.  That is why it is always important to have a logo that is both memorable and visually-striking when compared to the countless logos that are out being shown to people daily.

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Nick Saban Just Might Be The Ultimate Lean Practitioner

February 2, 2017

Vulcan has been steadily embracing a Lean culture in recent years and has yielded big results.  That got us thinking about other people that have embraced Lean and achieved big things… we may have found one in the most unlikely place… college football. Okay, okay, hear me out. I know it’s a sensationalist title, but let me explain.

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Vіnуl vs Poly Binders - Choosing Thе Rіght Cоvеr

January 6, 2017

You had many options available for your binder cover material, but now you have finally narrowed it down to either Vinyl or Poly. Which one should you choose? The Science: Vinyl іѕ probably the world’s mоѕt vеrѕаtіlе рlаѕtіс mаtеrіаl. It іѕ a tуре оf рlаѕtіс thаt соmеѕ from соmbіnіng ethylene (found іn crude оіl) and chlorine (fоund іn ѕаlt). When соmbіnеd, thеѕе substances become Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Resin, bеttеr knоwn as Vinyl. It is thеn furthеr processed into the material we use to make binders. Flеxіblе, rigid, сlеаr or colorful, thick or thin; vinyl is all these things and more. Polyethylene (better known as “Poly”) is one of the most widely produced plastics in the world. Ethylene is commonly produced by the cracking of ethane, which comes from natural gas or distilled petroleum.

Read More 2016 Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 31, 2016

October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Employees at Vulcan Information Packaging and American Thermoplastic Company participated in several activities to raise funds and show their support of finding a cure for this deadly disease.

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