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Why did the Family Office Behind UPS Invest in this Packaging Company?

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UPS knows a thing or two about shipping, so when the family that founded the company makes an investment in FoldedPak and its ExpandOS Join us to hear Tim Casey from the UPS family office talk about why he has invested in ExpandOS, an innovative, environmentally friendly packaging solution in the $1.5B packaging materials market., that means something.

Our expert panel includes: 

  • Timothy P. Casey: Member of the Casey Family Office and a major investor in ExpandOS technology
  • Brad Fehn: Co-owner and president of FoldedPak, the company that invented ExpandOS packing system and its associated automation technology 
  • Darren Collins: A packaging industry expert with two design patents and over 26 years in the space working with one of the top packaging distributors

Join this panel discussion to learn more about the opportunity created by a company that has the potential to earn a significant share of the $1.5 billion packaging materials market.

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