Complete Packaging Solutions Since 1959
Colbert Packaging was founded in 1959 when Charles Colbert purchased the property and assets of Kroeck Paper Box, a Chicago company founded in 1892. Today, Colbert Packaging remains a family-owned company and offers one of the industry's most diverse packaging portfolios. With four manufacturing facilities producing high-quality custom folding cartons, rigid paper boxes and paperboard specialty products, Colbert has become an all-in-one provider of packaging solutions. We remain committed to meeting the needs of our customers and exceeding their expectations for innovation, quality and service.
A Commitment to Outstanding Service
Outstanding service is achieved by the people at Colbert Packaging who are thoroughly vested in understanding and supporting each customer's products, processes and requirements. It's a company-wide commitment to being responsive to customers, and providing prompt answers and accurate information. It's dependability and consistency, flexibility and accommodation. It's problem-solving, innovation and continuous improvement; design excellence, production quality and on-time delivery. Outstanding service is our timeless commitment to you. You could expect outstanding service from us 50 years ago, and you can expect it 50 years from now.
A Family Tradition
Nancy Colbert MacDougall is chairman of the board of Colbert Packaging. The daughter of the late Charles Colbert, the company's founder, Nancy in her own right has risen up the ranks of Colbert Packaging over the past three decades. Nancy joined Colbert in 1975, and she worked as an estimator until 1980. From 1980 until 1995, she served as the assistant to the then-chairman, Charles Colbert. In 1995, Nancy was appointed executive vice president, overseeing all human resources and personnel functions for the company, a post she held until October 2009 when she became chairman of the board. A "people person" with a longstanding commitment to ensuring Colbert's family-oriented atmosphere, Nancy continues to manage the company's personnel functions today.
Nancy holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from St. Lawrence University, Canton, N.Y., where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and graduated cum laude in 1974. She continued her education in the religion history doctoral program at Princeton University.