McKernan Packaging Clearing House
800 S. Rock Blvd.
Reno, NV 89502
Tel: 1-775-356-6111 - 1-800-787-7587
For 52 years, McKernan Packaging Clearing House has been
dedicated to providing Quality Discount Packaging. MPCH offers
over 7,000 different quality packaging components by the case or
by the truckload. All in stock and ready to ship! McKernan can actually be looked at more as a service corporation. MPCH helps
smaller businesses, start-ups, and even larger businesses find quality packaging components. At the same time, McKernan also helps
businesses dispose of any obsolete packaging by purchasing unused and unbranded components, such as bottles, jars, and closures.
This program allows those companies the opportunity to recapture
some of their inventory investment on any surplus packaging.
Major products are packaging components that include: plastic,
glass, and metal bottle and jars, closures, lotion pumps, trigger
sprayers, cosmetic and personal care items and more.
Whenever you have unwanted, obsolete or surplus packaging inventory, McKernan Packaging Clearing House is your opportunity
to maximize profits. We are an environmentally responsible and
profitable solution to scrapping or traditional recycling. When you
need to clear inventory in a short period, call MPCH.
MPCH is an international company. We buy and sell packaging
components all over the world. International customers no longer
need to wait for a catalog in the mail. Our web site offers the most
up-to-date product information as well as a digital issue of our
mailed promotional materials. Be sure to visit our site at
http://www.mckernan.com. Or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
New For 2011!
• Cosmetics & Toiletries
• Personal Care
In 2011 McKernan is expanding it reaches in the packaging industry by the introduction of several new highly sought after
components such as our new PureFoam™ non-aerosol foamer,
our new Earth Spray™ all plastic triggers and more. We also will
continue our GREEN stance by providing companies with an
environmentally responsible way of eliminating their excess/-obsolete inventory.