Trust, integrity, respect, courage and dedication are our core values. These core values have kept us afloat in an evolving business world. We put these values to work every day as we build a talented workforce.
Our vision is not only, to build a profitable, socially conscious company but to also create an environment where everyone can grow personally and professionally. We will develop relationships with our associates, customers, suppliers and business partner whom we value like trusted friends.
Total customer satisfaction. Our customer support philosophy is based upon total customer satisfaction by providing the highest quality value added products, services and solutions possible.
We pride ourselves on our team’s readiness to connect. Call us at 800-888-7019 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the conversation started.
Atlapac is located in the nation’s heartland, within a 500 mile radius of half the population of the United States, which provides direct access to the flexible packaging you need, when you need it. Atlapac is located 7 minutes away from Port Columbus International Airport & within 5 miles from the intersection of I-70 & I-71.
From Port Columbus International Airport:
1. Exit Port Columbus Airport looking for 670 West
2. Take the ramp to I-670 W/US-62 W (0.4 mi)
3. Take exit 7 for 5th Ave toward US-62 (0.2 mi)
4. Turn left onto US-62 E/E 5th Ave Continue to follow E 5th Ave (0.6 mi)
5.Turn right onto Cassady Ave (first light, 0.1 mi)
6.Travel on Cassady for 100 yards, enter industrial park on your left (Look for a company named Bartha).
7. Travel into the industrial park (you are on Fourth now) 0.5 miles until you see Atlapac - Building #1.
Our Leadership Team
Stuart Staeck is the CEO of Atlapac. With more than 25 years in the packaging industry he began his career with Atlapac in 1988 as a Sales Representative. He has been involved in all aspects of the company and, as the third employee, has performed nearly every function within the organization. He was appointed President in 2006 and in 2016 he became CEO.
Paul Unrue joined Atlapac in 2008 as Vice President Sales and Marketing, and was promoted to President in 2016. Paul is a distinguished sales professional, with over 20 years of experience in the flexible packaging industry. From plain polypropylene film, to high end converted flexible packaging laminates, Paul has been involved with both domestic and worldwide brands throughout the global packaging community. He is a Michigan State University School of Packaging graduate.
Controller & HR
Daniela Williams holds the position of Controller. In this position she is responsible for safeguarding, recording and reporting all financial activities. Prior to being appointed Controller in 2011, she held the positions of Customer Service, Purchasing and Accounting Assistant. Ms. Williams holds an AS in Accounting, a BS in Business Administration with honors and has completed course work towards her MS in Accounting. Daniela joined Atlapac in 2000.
Technical Director & Purchasing
David Healey joined Atlapac in 2008 and is the Technical Director. In this role he is responsible for all aspects of Quality Systems and Technical Procedures as well as understanding the technical needs and specifications of our customers and making sure that those requirements are met. David has over 20 years of experience in the packaging industry primarily in paper and plastics and has held positions in both sales and engineering. He is a Michigan State University School of Packaging graduate.
IT & Logistics
Joe Heller began his career as a Production Associate with Atlapac in 1993 and has grown along with the company. From Production to Sales to Information Systems he has worked with small one person start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Joe has used his talents and passion to develop Atlapac’s database and network. In addition to being Information Technologies Manager, Joe was appointed Logistics Leader in 2016.
Tim Allen brings a wealth of engineering talent to Atlapac. He has been vital to our new machine installations and revamping processes and controls with existing equipment.