Timbar Joins Hire Veterans In A Pursuit To Hire Heroes

Timbar has shown its in interest in hiring veterans as of late

 

The company was founded in 1955 as Oxford Container in New Oxford, Pennsylvania.

The modest 10,000 square foot facility housed 10 employees manufacturing can cases and brown shipping containers. TimBar’s growth accelerated in the 1970’s with acquisitions in Florida and again in the 1990’s with acquisitions in South Carolina, Tennesee and New York. In 1988 Oxford Innovations was formed to focus on retail packaging and displays and in 1998 CorrLam was established to specialize in litho-laminated packaging.

 

In 2005 and 2006 the company purchased two facilities in Tampa, Florida – Berry Packaging and Stailey Packaging. In 2010, Valley Forge Containers joined the TimBar family and in 2011 majority ownership of PolyWoven Distributors LLC was secured.

Currently, TimBar has 7 manufacturing facilities, 1 fulfillment center, 2 warehouses and 2 sales/design offices located throughout the eastern portion of the United States.

Their legacy provides a broad perspective of many different customers in diverse industries. The companies success with supplying innovative packaging springs from their commitment to understanding the client’s needs and applying creative talent and technology to achieve bottom line results.

 

At TimBar Packaging & Display our associates have demonstrated their commitment to the customer and each other by working together to grow our organization into one of the best independent corrugated companies in the USA.

If you’d like to join an organization:

  • That provides training and career building opportunities
  • Offers competitive salary and benefit packages
  • That is results-driven and encourages associates to actively participate in problem-solving
  • Recognizes accomplishment and celebrates success!
Then Timbar is the right place for you.

Click Here To View And Apply To All Timbar’s Available Positions!

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