IoPP offers a range of membership options focused on your specific professional needs.
IoPP is made up of many communities to help you network with your peers and to learn more about packaging and the business of packaging.
You can stay connected through the IoPP Chapters located throughout North America. Each chapter holds their own regional events and meetings so that no matter where you are you're sure to stay connected with your peers.
IoPP Technical Committees
IoPP's Technical Committees focus on technical issues within specific industries, and provide a forum for communication and interaction fo IoPP members and the packaging industry.
IoPP Benefactors have made a substantial financial contribution to the Institute of Packaging Professionals. Donations are used to improve the educational programs of IoPP.
IoPP Corporate Sponsors
Corporate Sponsors have demonstrated a commitment to the packaging industry and to the development of the educational programs of IoPP. Help support the companies that support your industry.
IoPP Discussion Forums
Join a range of packaging topics on IoPP's online Discussion Forums. You can ask questions about packaging, find strategies to make your packaging processes more efficient or discuss what chapter leaders are doing within IoPP. Technical Committees are actively using secure and committee-exclusive discussion forums to exchange sensitive data, meeting information, regulatory updates and surveys.
IoPP uses social media networks to ensure that peer-to-peer connections are always available.
IoPP maintains an online directory of speakers, who are available to teach on a variety of topics. You may search the directory and locate a speaker for your next event.
Check the IoPP Industry Links for professional associations, consultants, placement firms, packaging schools, publications, tradeshows, and more.
IoPP Logo downloads
Members are entitled, and encouraged, to use the IoPP logo. Two versions of the logo are available for download using the links to the right. Hi Resolution images are suitable for use in printed materials. Low Resolution are best suited for use in electronic documents, web pages, etc.