Huhtamaki North America

The North American segment is home to 18 production units in the United States and Mexico with more than 3,600 employees. This segment serves local markets with Chinet® disposable tableware, packaging for consumer goods and foodservice packaging. North American revenue is in excess of $1 billion. Corporate offices are located in De Soto, KS near Kansas City.

The foundation of the North American segment was built with successful acquisitions of Sealright, Keyes Fibre Company and Plastics Resource in the 1990s. Since then, we have grown these businesses and added the recent acquisitions of Paris Packaging, Ample Industries, and Winterfield LLC. The North American segment is a critical piece of Huhtamaki’s position as a global leader in the food packaging industry.

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Huhtamaki values the environment, its communities, and most importantly, the people who are committed to helping customers. Our employees provide the essential foundation for our continued success.


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Huhtamaki North America is a leading manufacturer of packaging for consumer packaged goods as well as tableware, cups, folding cartons, containers, carriers, trays and serviceware for the foodservice industry and retail market.

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Huhtamaki recognizes the fact that our communities are stronger when we work as a team to build commonalities and support the causes that are essential for community health and vitality.

Careers at Huhtamaki

Huhtamaki is a dynamic and fast-paced manufacturing and management organization that relies on the strength of its people to create a culture of innovative solutions and operational excellence.


Huhtamaki's considerable production capabilities come from a variety of efficient facilities across the United States.