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IndustryIntel announces i2partnership with GreenBlue's Sustainable Packaging Coalition; under partnership IndustryIntel will provide SPC with market intelligence services, SPC will participate in i2live presentations

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LOS ANGELES, June 21, 2013 (press release) – IndustryIntel, a market intelligence and information management company serving the forest products, packaging, and food and beverage industries, today announced a new partnership with GreenBlue’s Sustainable Packaging Coalition® (SPC) through IndustryIntel’s i2partnership initiative.

With this partnership, IndustryIntel will provide SPC with market intelligence services and SPC will participate in i2live presentations about the packaging industry.

Through its email and online i2solution suite of services, IndustryIntel delivers market intelligence for decision makers in the packaging industry, including the glass, metal, plastic, paper and flexible packaging sectors.

SPC is an industry working group that brings together businesses, educational institutions and government agencies to collectively broaden the understanding of packaging sustainability and to develop meaningful improvements for packaging solutions. Through strong member support, an informed and science-based approach, supply chain collaborations and continuous outreach, SPC endeavors to build packaging systems that encourage economic prosperity and a sustainable flow of materials.

“The Sustainable Packaging Coalition and GreenBlue, along with their members, have shown leadership and initiative in the sustainable packaging industry. IndustryIntel is pleased to provide market intelligence to assist SPC in its goals,” said Rami Ghandour, CEO of Industry Intelligence.

"We are happy to continue working with IndustryIntel. In addition to helping increase the reach of our organization, they have been an excellent resource for following trends and developments in a constantly evolving industry," said Nina Goodrich, Executive Director of GreenBlue.

SPC members that are also IndustryIntel clients include Bemis Co. Inc., Procter & Gamble Co., International Paper Co., Domtar Corp. and Wausau Paper Corp.

To learn more about the IndustryIntel i2partnership initiative and inquire about a partnership for your association, please contact Dan Rivard at

About IndustryIntel

IndustryIntel has provided market intelligence to more than 600 companies worldwide from independent startups to Fortune 500 companies since it began as Forestweb in 1999. Over the years, IndustryIntel has grown to cover the forest products, packaging, and food and beverage industries from a high-level industry view to in-depth data, which clients use to prepare for meetings, generate sales reports, produce competitive analyses and create other business documents. IndustryIntel innovation comes from industry experts using patented technology to deliver the market intelligence that companies use to compete, make informed decisions and succeed.

If you'd like more information about IndustryIntel, visit, or for a demonstration of the company’s service, call +1-310-553-0008 to speak with a client care specialist.

About Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC)

The SPC has grown from nine founding members to nearly 200 members ranging from large global corporations to small businesses. Collectively, the SPC and its members make a global impact on the packaging footprint. Since 2004, SPC has delivered results-oriented projects and cutting-edge education that have established the coalition as the leading voice on packaging sustainability. The SPC is a project of GreenBlue, a nonprofit that equips business with the science and resources to make products more sustainable.

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