We are a manufacturer and research and development facility of sustainable thermoformed molded fiber products created in 2020 specializing in performance packaging. We provide superior products and service to our customers that exceed the offerings of our competitors. Our team has decades of experience in packaging manufacturing and customer service excellence. We would be delighted to work with you to find solutions to your packaging needs.
Jeffrey D. Shook
President, Greenpack Technologies LLC
Jeff Shook is president and co-owner of Greenpack Technologies, a molded fiber solutions provider and manufacturer in North Carolina. He has 25 years of experience in packaging manufacturing, operations, and engineering. Jeff has built high performance teams and delivered on customer commitments including leading a global team with the design of a state-of-the-art, $100 million dollar manufacturing facility. His leadership and technical innovations are instrumental in bringing sustainable products to market including a high-performance recyclable and repulpable wax replacement packaging.
He earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems and Business from Guilford College. He served Randolph Community College, part of the NC Community College System in an advisory role leading to the creation of the mechatronics engineering program and modernizing curriculum of the electrical systems technology program.
Jeff is a decorated United States Air Force veteran and served with the 4th Tactical Fighter Wing.
Vice President-Sales, Greenpack Technologies LLC
Pete Bugas is sales executive and packaging entrepreneur that has built a career based upon providing sustainable solutions for decades-long issues. He has built highly effective sales teams by providing thorough training, technical expertise, and a cohesiveness that brings results. No situation is too challenging, and the focus of providing creative solutions rather than industry-worn ideas is why customers appreciate his approach. He always drives for a strategic solution that ultimately delivers value to both customer and stakeholders.
Pete is an original with Greenpack Technologies, a molded fiber solutions provider and manufacturer in North Carolina, created to deliver superior sustainable products to end users through innovation and better design while reducing waste and pollution. A deep understanding of the market and the operating environment allow for the cultivation of competitive sustainable alternatives to the customer well beyond price point.
Pete has spent over 34 years in corrugated packaging sales and operations. Pete has been General Manager over 2 large corrugated operation, Vice President of Sales, ran a Mechanical Packaging Group. Pete developed and has 2 patents in his name related to the growth of Greencoat®-a leading wax alternative corrugated product with Interstate Container / DS Smith. His focus on protein packaging helped to drive sustainability initiatives with several leading poultry processors to remove landfill-bound wax boxes into recyclable Greencoat® boxes having enormous impacts on our environment. Pete helped some of the world’s largest poultry processors transition from paraffin wax coated boxes to Greencoat®.
Pete is a 1984 graduate of West Virginia University after majoring in Business with a focus on sales and marketing. Pete played 2 years of college baseball, and currently resides in Salisbury, MD with his wife Tami and their 4 children. Pete has spent his entire career in the protein packaging business with a major focus on Poultry, Produce, and Seafood.
Dr. Richard Venditti
Science and Technology Advisor, Greenpack Technologies LLC
Richard Venditti is the Elis-Signe Olsson Professor in Pulp and Paper Science and Engineering in the Forest Biomaterials Department at NCSU. He has 26 years of experience in research in the areas of renewable materials from plants, the bioeconomy, paper recycling, and environmental LCA. His research and teaching is involved in developing effective systems to transform renewable plant based resources into sustainable products. Venditti uses environmental life cycle analysis to guide and analyze research in bioproducts. He is currently heading a multi-organization research project to understand the fate of microparticles from laundering in the environment. He also is heading a $2.75 million dollar project on diversifying the bioeconomy workplace. Venditti received a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University, was named a TAPPI Fellow in 2012, and was named a Fulbright Senior Specialist in Environmental Science in 2009. He has over 190 peer reviewed publications and three patents.