Ranpak welcomes Pamela El to its Board of Directors

– USA, OH –  Ranpak Holdings Corp. (NYSE: PACK), a leading provider of environmentally sustainable, systems-based, product protection solutions for e-commerce and industrial supply chains, today announced the appointment of Pamela El to its board of directors, effective immediately.

“We’re excited to welcome Pam to Ranpak’s board of directors,” said Chairman and CEO, Omar Asali. “Pam is an unparalleled strategic thinker when it comes to brand analysis, expansion, and management. We look forward to drawing on her expertise as we solidify Ranpak’s position as a global leader in more sustainable packaging solutions.”

Previously, Ms. El was the Global Chief Marketing Officer of the NBA and WNBA, where she led a worldwide marketing team, with oversight of advertising, data analytics, and marketing through digital, social, and broadcast platforms.

“Ranpak is a market leader in environmentally sustainable secondary packaging solutions,” said El. “I’m thrilled to be part of an organization committed to replacing the global supply chain’s reliance on plastic and I look forward to helping Omar and the entire team expand Ranpak’s presence around the world.”

About Ranpak

Founded in 1972, Ranpak’s goal was to create the first environmentally responsible system to protect products during shipment. The development and improvement of materials, systems, and total solution concepts have earned Ranpak a reputation as an innovative leader in e-commerce and industrial supply chain solutions. Ranpak is headquartered in Concord Township, Ohio, and has approximately 600 employees.

For more information: https://www.ranpak.com/

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