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This is how we began

“It is not only about the experience we possess, but how much passion we pour into our service towards our customers”


t all started with a grand vision and good timing. At a young age, Bruce Hale (President of CPC) had the opportunity to work with his father, Robert Hale, in their garage unwinding master rolls and turning them into sheets for them to be sold as packaging materials to local businesses.

After years of hard work and dedication, Robert finally sold his business in 1980 and retired. Bruce saw an opportunity in 1982 to utilize the experience he gained to start his own paper converting business alongside with his wife, Lisa. From then on, Bruce named his company “Crown Paper Converting” and it has thrived since then.

Robert Hale

The father of the president CPC

Bruce Hale

Started Crown Paper Converting in 1982


A new era has begun

With a combined 40 years of converting experience, Crown Paper takes pride in serving the needs of our regular and potential customers. We are constantly innovating and trying different ways to, not only create more business, but provide solutions to satisfy the customer’s needs. Crown’s products are widely diversified to accommodate industries from the agricultural, building supply, and industrial packaging markets.

Our favorable location in the Southern California area has given us the opportunity to expand our reach to places throughout the United States, New Zealand, Mexico, Canada, Asia, etc. We are conveniently located within minutes of the Ontario International Airport and our warehouse has a rail siding which is advantageous to both our suppliers and vendors.



The President of CPC

Bruce Hale

Crown Paper Converting epitomizes Bruce’s motivation and philosophy. His influence can be seen and felt in the company’s employees who are proud to be a part of the legacy he has created. Watch the film below to see how Crown Paper Converting began with his childhood ambitions and expanded into the full-fledged company we run today.

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