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Accurate Box Company Celebrates 80 Years in the Packaging Industry

Family-owned company marks eight decades of success with focus on quality, customer satisfaction, and cutting-edge technology while prioritizing sustainability.

Mark Schlossman, VP of Sales and Marketing & 3rd Generation, Samara Ronkowitz, Director of Sales and Marketing & 4th Generation, Lisa Hirsh, CEO and President & 3rd Generation, and Charlie Hirsh, Chairman of the Board & 2nd Generation
Mark Schlossman, VP of Sales and Marketing & 3rd Generation, Samara Ronkowitz, Director of Sales and Marketing & 4th Generation, Lisa Hirsh, CEO and President & 3rd Generation, and Charlie Hirsh, Chairman of the Board & 2nd Generation

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Accurate Box Company is proudly celebrating its 80th anniversary, commemorating eight decades of success and innovation in the packaging industry. Since its inception in 1944, Accurate Box has grown from a small, family-owned business to a leading provider of high-quality, litho-laminated packaging to companies across North America.

"Reaching this milestone of 80 years is a testament to the dedication and hard work of everyone at Accurate Box," said Lisa Hirsh, President and CEO of Accurate Box Company. "There were times we were not sure we would survive as an independent company. We are incredibly proud of our journey, from a small family business to an industry leader known for quality and customer-focused values. We are also grateful for the continued support of our customers and partners who have helped us grow over the years."

From Humble Beginnings to an Industry Leader

Accurate Box Company has a rich, fourth-generation family history. Lisa’s grandfather, Henry Hirsh, started the business in 1944 with litle money and some used 2024 Accurate Box Company Marks 80 Years Of Excellence In The Packaging Industry Image 2equipment. Lisa’s father, Charlie, had to drop out of college to help his father as he was struggling to make ends meet. Charlie struggled for many years before he began to grow the business in the 1960s and 70s. His discovery and development of litho-laminated corrugated changed the future of the company. Accurate Box was one of the first in the United States to adopt litho-lamination, a process that combines high-quality graphics with corrugated materials to create visually appealing and durable packaging. Throughout the decades, the company has continuously invested in modernizing its facility and equipment to remain at the forefront of the packaging industry and will continue to do so as the next generation takes over.

Looking Forward to a Bright Future

Now in its fourth generation of leadership, Accurate Box has continuously strived for excellence, focusing on its core values, customer satisfaction, and cutting-edge technology. These values guide every aspect of the company's operations, from employee relations to environmental stewardship. This commitment to sustainability is evident in its state-of-the-art, 400,000-square-foot facility in New Jersey, where advanced technology comes together to produce 100% recyclable packaging printed with eco-friendly inks. These principles have led to a track record of exceptional service, earning Accurate Box a reputation as a trusted partner in the packaging world.

As it celebrates its 80th anniversary, Accurate Box is looking forward to a bright future. The company is excited to continue its legacy of servicing quality packaging to customers for many years to come.

“Eighty years is a long time to remain a family business, and we are immensely proud as we look forward to continued growth and success into the fourth generation,” says Hirsh.

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