An international non-profit trade association representing the interest of manufacturers

The Composite Can & Tube Institute is an international trade association representing the interests of manufacturers of composite paperboard cans, containers, canisters, tubes, cores, cones, fibre drums, spools, ribbon blocks, bobbins and related or similar composite products; and suppliers to those manufacturers of such items as paper, machinery, adhesives, labels and other materials and services.

CCTI is a non-profit international trade association founded in 1933 for the purpose of promoting the common business interests of its members.

This is accomplished by:

Collecting and disseminating pertinent industry performance trends and statistics in areas such as safety, sales, employee wages and benefits, general operating costs, as well as general information on topics of common interest.

Conducting educational programs to advance understanding and practices of the industry in such areas as technology, environmental affairs, safety, human resources and government relations.

Monitoring and taking appropriate action to address government issues potentially having a significant impact on our industry.

Providing training programs of interest to our members.

Become a CCTI Member

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US House Passes Ozone Standards Act

AWC and AF&PA support US House passage of Ozone Standards Implementation Act of 2017

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SEPA Targets Contamination

New report from Scottish Environment Protection Agency takes aim at contamination in recycling system

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Corenso completes acquisition of Corpak Inc.

Corenso completes acquisition of Corpak in North America and plans to add two core winders to the plant

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CCTI Fall & Technical Meeting 2017

Please complete your complimentary registration for the CCTI Fall Composite Can and Tube Institute Meeting below. Hotel Reservations can be made at the Holiday Inn by clicking here. Area Plant tours will be held, Tuesday, October 17 (transportation will be provided) For a printable registration form, click here.