Houston (September 5, 2017) - Victory Packaging continues to contribute supplies across Houston to help provide relief after Hurricane Harvey. Victory has donated or sold at cost 4 truckloads of material to families in need. The demand for these boxes is so huge that entire truckloads of boxes are unloaded from our trucks and distributed out to individuals in less than 2 hours. While the local Houston branch was closed during the height of the storm, Victory Packaging has been able to resume normal operations and continue to service customers across the Southwest Texas area.
“We are very proud to be able to help rebuild our community in any way possible from the devastation that was caused by the storm while still providing the best service we can to our customers,” said Ben Samuels, Co-President of Victory Packaging. “We continue to be committed to our community and our customers.”
About Victory Packaging
Based in Houston, TX, Victory Packaging has more than 65 warehouses and distribution facilities in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Nationwide, Victory Packaging is the only national distributor company specialized in solving packaging complexities and finding total cost reductions associated with packaging for its clients. Victory Packaging provides just-in-time delivery and inventory management to a diverse customer base. Its national network includes more than 6 million square feet of warehouse space and approximately 400 delivery vehicles. In 2015, Victory Packaging was acquired by KapStone Paper and Packaging, a publicly traded pulp and paper company based in Northbrook, Illinois. Victory Packaging continues to be managed as the independent distribution division of KapStone. For more information about Victory Packaging, please visit www.victorypackaging.com
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