Rand-Whitney Containerboard (RWCB), a Kraft Group company, is a manufacturer of lightweight, high performance recycled linerboard for corrugated containers. Since 1995, RWCB has manufactured linerboard using the most environmentally sustainable methods. RWCB containerboard is produced from 100 percent OCC (old, corrugated containers), diverting nearly 1,000 tons of solid waste per day from landfill or burn facilities. Additionally, RCWB uses treated effluent from the municipal wastewater treatment plant as its process water, reusing over 500,000 gallons per day. RWCB’s operation generates its own power with a high-efficiency natural gas turbine in a combined cycle or co-gen plant using waste heat from the exhaust to create steam and other heat syncs for its manufacturing process, which lowers emissions. Transportation routes on customer deliveries are carefully planned and integrated to maximize the use of backhauls for inbound OCC to optimize freight costs and minimize the carbon footprint. RWCB’s focus on sustainable operations is one example of the Kraft Group’s overall leadership in environmentally sound operational practices, minimizing its environmental impact through technology and innovation.

MCSC Industry Advisory Board (IAB) Members

Tony Hobson

Tony Hobson is the Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning and Kraft Operations.  Tony joined New-Indy as the Vice President of Manufacturing in 2018 with over 25 years of experience in the industry. His responsibilities include supply chain, sustainability, environmental, energy strategy, engineering, and Kraft operations for New-Indy Containerboard.  Tony has held progressive positions of responsibilities for Graphic Packaging International, International Paper, Temple Inland, and Packaging Corporation of America.  Tony has dual degrees in Pulp and Paper Science Technology and Chemical Engineering from North Carolina State University.  




Robyn Glaser

Robyn Glaser is Senior Vice President, Business Affairs for the Kraft Group, the holding company for the Kraft family’s businesses. Glaser joined the Kraft Group in 2007 and reports directly to Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft and President Jonathan Kraft. Glaser handles various business projects and strategic initiatives for the organization, and is one of the Krafts’ senior business advisors, executing special projects and philanthropic initiatives. Glaser manages several operational and administrative functions for the New England Patriots football team, including league relations and compliance, supporting human resources and finance, negotiating sport performance and technology deals, and managing the player social justice fund initiative.