Scott Dyvig


Hoffman Estates, IL, United States



Job Title

Engineering Manager, Protective Packaging


Sears Holdings Corp.


Scott Dyvig is a packaging aficionado with years of experience designing and testing packaging systems for pharmaceutical and retail customers. Currently the Protective Packaging Engineering Manager at Sears Holdings Corp in Hoffman Estates, IL, Scott interacts with engineers and end users to test and approve Kenmore and Craftsman branded packaging. His sustainability work includes EPS reduction projects and the promotion of Sears' PVC-elimination goals.

In previous positions, Scott installed and operated thermal packaging test labs across the country and managed teams of cold chain packaging engineers. In the highly regulated pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, Scott designed and tested hundreds of successful thermal packaging solutions for ISC Labs. He remains active in this field through his work at, an informational website designed to be a comprehensive resource for manufacturers and shippers of temperature-sensitive products.

Scott's current passion is applying sustainable technology to his packaging solutions. He is the founder of the Green Packaging Forum, a specialty group on with over 4700 environmentally-conscious members. He also hosts a Green Packaging blog dedicated to exploring topics of sustainability, found at

Scott holds a BSE in Chemical Engineering and an MBA with concentration in Technology Management, and has attained CPP certification from IOPP.

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