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Packaging Engineer, NA Distribution Centers in Duncan, SC


Duncan, SC 29334
2w ago


$80K - $100K*


Industrial Engineering, Supply Chain & Logistics


5 - 7 years

Job Description

Our supply chain management team creates bottom-line impact by driving cost management and operational benefits. Within our supply chain, the Packaging Engineer for Americas and North American Distribution Centers will support the development and deployment of world class packaging solutions. In this role, you will drive towards optimal conditions (cost, environmental, quality, delivery, innovation, VAVE) for packaging design, innovation and efficiency by identifying areas with poor packaging design, low trailer cube utilization, returnable packaging solution, DC processes and packaging material standardization and inbound/outbound product damage elimination. You will also interface with customers to assure customer satisfaction in the Total Distribution Cycle. You will actively seek out returnable packaging opportunities in the DC via inbound and outbound shipments both from Eaton facilities and customers.

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Valid through: 2020-4-8

About Eaton

The T. Eaton Co. Limited was a Canadian department store retailer, and once Canadas largest. It was founded in 1869 in Toronto by Timothy Eaton, a Presbyterian Ulster Scot immigrant from what is now Northern Ireland. Eatons grew to become a retail and social institution in Canada, with stores across the country, buying offices around the globe, and a catalogue that was found in the homes of most Canadians. A changing economic and retail environment in the late 20th century and mismanagement culminated in the chains bankruptcy in 1999. Eatons pioneered several retail innovations. In an era when haggling for goods was the norm, the chain proclaimed "We propose to sell our goods for CASH ONLY – In selling goods, to have only one price." In addition it had the long-standing slogan "Goods Satisfactory or Money Refunded." In 1869 Timothy Eaton sold his interest in a small dry-goods store in the market town of St. Marys, Ontario and bought a dry-goods and haberdashery business at 178 Yonge Street in the city of Toronto.
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