Dekalb, United Way "Day of Caring"
The project goal: HELP for an older couple to maintain their home exterior. Our community service:
We trimmed up trees and bushes, edged the sidewalks and drive way, pulled weeds, laid new plastics & wood chips. Then, the rotten boards were replaced on their home steps.
Covington Box team at your service!
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ISO: International Organization for Standardization.
Certificate No.: CERT-0118052
Long-standing Collaboration with Easterseals Arc
“The Americans with Disabilities Act doesn't require employers to change job requirements but to make reasonable accommodations. And the adjustments – when needed – could be relatively simple. That might include flexible schedules, allowing more frequent breaks but the same overall allotted time or allowing noise-canceling earbuds if loud noises could be alarming to a person...
Covington Box & Packaging Inc. in Waterloo had been connected with RISE Inc. in Angola, before it merged into Easterseals Arc and has found wonderful employees for many years that way. “
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Steuben, United Way "Box Regatta"
Lake James, Pokagon State.The "Cardboard box" Regatta.
We donated cardboard for the entire event. This event featured Covington as captain of two boat entries. All for a great cause, Whoot-hoo!!
We are at 730 days and climbing without a OSHA Recordable Accident
“With our 2020 initial investment into clean energy and this 1.4 acres of "Solar Field", we’re showing our customers and our employees that we’re taking dollars to reinvest in something that’s going to help all of us,”
Special thanks to the Waterloo Town Manager, Pam Howard and the DeKalb County EDC for embracing this project. Also thank you to Farmers State Bank and Eric Straeter of Ag Technologies.
Over 30 Years Experience
Our market focus is primarily in the North East region with heavy emphasis on the Tri-States region of Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. We do however service our customer’s parent manufacturing facilities; Some of which are located in Texas and North Carolina.
Corrugated box caskets and cremation products are distributed on a National level.
Covington Box and Packaging, Inc. was established in 1981 by Mr. Dean Kelly. After many years of working for large corrugated manufactures, Mr Kelly recognized a need that larger producers couldn’t fill. Covington was established in Ashley, Indiana to fulfill the void of quick order turnarounds,
smaller release quantities and specialized packaging. Starting with 5 just employees and a 20,000 Sq. facility the philosophy of
providing to the customer
"WHAT they want, WHEN they want it” began.
Covington Box & Packaging’s recycling equipment keeps our scrap material manageable and profitable. We believe Covington's recycling programs are our environmental responsibility, and we promote this philosophy to our customers.
The average corrugated box consists of 46 percent recycled fiber.
Outsourcing your scrap material can be profitable.
Let us show you how to add to your bottom line.