Scott Boboltz


MI, United States



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HBInnovations International, LLC


Scott Boboltz is an associate member of PTIS, and founder and president of HBInnovations International, LLC, a firm that provides packaging engineering and process systems consulting services to the biotechnology, biopharm, diagnostics, and medical device industries. Other industries served are consumer & food service disposables, and specialty chemicals.

Mr. Boboltz has over 24 years experience in packaging design, packaging process development and automation, brand concept development, and cold chain shipping for science based companies with unique products and requirements. He is actively involved in design for sustainability, and has designed the first biodegradable thermal insulated shipping container. He is also the innovator of the first unit of use, encapsulated line of dry food seasonings marketed under the brand, Sedona Trading Company.

Prior, Mr. Boboltz worked at Combi Packaging Systems, Rennco, Inc., ProPack Solutions, Invitrogen (Life Technologies), General Dynamics, and Millipore Corporation. He holds a BS in Packaging from Michigan State University, and has participated in the Master of Engineering Administration program, Marketing of Technology at The George Washington University.

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