Alpine Packaging is Proud to be Women-Owned AND OperatedLearn more about Jan and Jill's various roles at Alpine through the years
Alpine founders, Bill and Sug Johnson
Alpine’s original building in 1972
Jan, far left, as a Customer Service Rep
Jill as an Account Manager with her assistant, Debbie
Operating bottom-seal polyethylene bag machines to convert the film into bags, sleeves or sheets.
Jan worked as the the plant scheduler for 25 printing presses. She assigned work orders for production and made sure Alpine met deadlines.
Jill operated the press that converts pressure sensitive tape from large rolls to customer’s requests of smaller rolls.
Jill made hand-made poly bag samples so that customers could test the bag size on their products.
Jill prepared the tape for the presses, placing rolls of white paper tape in single dispensers.
Jan worked in the shipping department, banding pallets and preparing items for delivery.
Jan and Jill’s first job at Alpine: Pulling film through the Vertrod to make large bags for Gaylord containers.