The eco-friendly corrugated crate manufacturer moves in June 1, expects to hire 20 new employees and move its entire operations to Kalama in the next six months.


Depin Inc., manufacturer of Ecorrcrate, the eco-friendly alternative to wooden pallets and crates, has chosen the Port of Kalama to expand its business. Depin, which has just signed a 12,000 square foot lease with the Port effective June 1, 2015. The company will commence additional operations there and then move its headquarters from Salem, Oregon to Port of Kalama within six months.

Depin, which manufactures a patented corrugated product developed to meet the growing demand for eco-friendly, easy-to-recycle and cost-effective crating, serves companies like Ingersoll Rand, Fred Meyer/Kroger, Costco and General Dynamics. The company expects to add 20 new personnel to their Kalama operations and projects consistent growth in the next three years as they increase distribution throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

“We serve large customers in both Seattle and Portland markets so we were looking for the perfect middle location right on I-5 with room to grow,” said Dan Bonebrake, owner, Depin Inc. “Not only does Port of Kalama offer exactly the kind of manufacturing and distribution facilities we need, but they are very business friendly and accommodating. Port staff has already proven they’ll be a solid business partner.”

Depin joins a growing number of industries and businesses who have found the Port of Kalama an ideal location to grow their businesses. The Port boasts an Industrial Park and acres of shovel-ready land for manufacturing, technology, storage and many other industry sectors. Sixteen acres of public riverfront parks stand out as popular recreational destinations for both locals and tourists. Port officials cite several advantages for businesses like Rainier to expand operations in Kalama including:

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