Bryce Corporation is an industry leader in film conversion and the production of innovative flexible packaging. Bryce Corporation manufactures packaging products for customers in the Food, Snack, Pet Care, Household, and Health and Beauty industries. As a family-owned and operated business, Bryce Corporation takes pride in their investments to their customers, employees and shareholders.
Based in Memphis, TN and Searcy, AR, Bryce Corporation is an industry-leading supplier of innovative flexible packaging and prepress solutions. A family business conceived in the early 1920s, Bryce Corporation finds satisfaction in the growth of its nationally renowned customers through advances in technology and a commitment to serve customers by exceeding expectations.
Considering it is Black History month, we wanted to celebrate our close friends at Johnson Bryce Inc. Robert Johnson and daughter Rhonda Johnson became history makers by leading the first minority owned flexible packaging corporation. Johnson Bryce was developed out of Frito Lay’s effort in the mid-1980’s to do business with minority-owned suppliers. That is when the Johnson family was introduced to the Bryce family and a joint venture began. The idea was that a joint venture between a minority entrepreneur and an established company would result in a stable company that could start up quickly. The new company gained momentum, relying on the collective technical experience, business acumen and management expertise of both families.
In 2007 the Purifoy Family acquired a majority of ownership of Johnson Bryce and is now run by CEO Ron Purifoy. Johnson Bryce remains a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE).
Bryce Corporation sees the honor it is of being a fourth generation family-owned and operated business. Employees are an extension of the Bryce family, and are offered a multitude of benefits, a diverse and inclusive work environment, and an open channel of communication. Our generational commitment to family and community is deeply rooted in people, quality, service, and continuous improvement.