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Hood Packaging average salary is $56,254, median salary is $56,254 with a salary range from $56,254 to $56,254.
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Process Engineer 56,254-56,254 Pine Bluff, AR, 71601 2010 Hood Packaging Process Engineer Salaries (1)
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  • Production Associate
    Responsible for the packaging of items.*. Inputting into SPOT system the poundage, wash, fold, packaging and quality of items.**....
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    Will be exposed to fingerprint powders, fingerprint inks, fingerprint chemicals, laboratory chemicals and packaging materials....
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Hood Packaging Information
  • Hood Packaging Corporation
  • Industry: Plastic/Rubber
  • City: Madison, MS
  • One of North America's fasted growing packaging manufacturers, Hood Packaging Corporation came into being in 1959 when Mississippi Chemical Corporation of Yazoo City, Mississippi established a local bag plant to serve their packaging needs. Calling the new business First Packaging, the company struggled along with little success. In 1961, the company was sold to an investment company and renamed Southern Bag Corporation. The new company broadened its customer base and refocused its business on quality and service. It quickly became profitable and for three decades remained a single plant operation. In 1991, major change came to Southern Bag Corporation...