Bill Barlow


Account Manager



Roundtable discussion:

Sustainability’s key role in all areas of pet food

Presentation description:

Debunking common pitfalls on the path to pet food packaging sustainability — Barlow gives insights into the influences affecting sustainable packaging development, what those sustainable packaging claims really mean, and which claims are suited for your product and your brand. Will your sustainable packaging claims resonate with your consumer and lead to continued sales? Learn how to position yourself as a conversation leader within your organization and industry.


Barlow currently serves as an account manager for one of Printpack’s largest CPG customers focused on delivering flexible packaging solutions for a broad range of end market needs. He has been with Printpack for the past 10 years with prior roles as a product development manager for blown and cast film development, and as a product development engineer, acting as the subject matter expert (SME), leading development efforts for vacuum web coated products for use in high barrier, flexible packaging applications. Barlow has a well-rounded technical background with 15 years of experience in the plastics industry holding various roles in sales, research and development, polymer processing, converting, and vacuum web coating with historical close ties to manufacturing. Bill holds a bachelor’s degree in materials science and engineering from the University of Tennessee, a master’s degree in Polymer Engineering from the University of Tennessee, and an MBA from Kennesaw State University Michael J. Coles College of Business.