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SALT LAKE CHAMBER INTERVIEWS JERRY FRISCH REGARDING WASATCH CONTAINER'S ACTIONS TO MITIGATE COVID19S IMPACT Salt Lake Chamber interviewed Jerry Frisch, President of Wasatch Container, regarding Wasatch Container's actions regarding COVID19. Click the link above to hear the interview or read the interview below.  DEREK MILLER, PRESIDENT OF THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER This is Derek Miller Speaking on Business.  Like most companies, Wasatch Container took steps early on to mitigate the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on its employees and customers.  But they didn’t stop there, and company president Jerry Frisch continues his efforts to keep his customers and team engaged and safe. JERRY FRISCH, PRESIDENT OF WASATCH CONTAINER As the leader of Wasatch Container, I felt it was very important to promote communication with our employees to reduce stress.  I write weekly letters to explain our procedures and why we’re doing them, letting employees know that we were doing our best to keep everyone safe and that they have a secure future. During these uncertain times, we continue to show our appreciation to our workers.  We have passed out gift cards to grocery stores and gas stations.  We put together boxes full of fruit and items for backyard barbecues.  We even had a hair stylist come in to give much needed haircuts to anyone who wanted one.It’s unclear when COVID-19 will end and how a post-pandemic world will look.  These are unprecedented times for all of us.  However, I do know that as leaders in business and the community, we must stay focused, be optimistic and play the long game.  We must do whatever we can for the safety and physical and mental health of our most valuable assets—those who work with us. DEREK MILLER To learn more about Wasatch Container—a Utah-based custom packaging manufacturer—go to .  I’m Derek Miller with the Salt Lake Chamber, and this is Speaking on Business.   

90,000 Face Shield To Medical Professionals

When COVID-19 hit, some gear companies furloughed employees or shuttered completely. But at DPS Skis, designers viewed the pandemic as a way to pivot their business and do something impactful for health care workers. In collaboration with Eastman, Goal Zero, Petzl, and Wasatch Container, they’ve shipped over 90,000 face shields to medical professionals working on the front lines.‚Äč Check out link to the video.  

Wasatch Container to Manufacture 5,000 Face Mask

WC to Manufacture 5,000 Face Masks

56% of a customers' re-purchasing decision is influenced by the product's packaging 

‚ÄčInside/outside printing is becoming a niche market for Wasatch Container. The sheet plant began printing on both sides of the sheet about three years ago, running jobs in two passes. The company’s new 6.18 MiniPro from BW Papersystems allows it to run the same jobs in one pass. The four-color flexo folder-gluer is configured for three color outside and one-color inside.Ryan Frisch, Wasatch Container Sales Manager, says Wasatch purchased the machine for two reasons. “One, we needed to invest in some modern technology, and this machine makes very good square brown boxes, It does quick setups and runs at high speeds, which is critical when you’re making RSCs. The other reason is our customers want packaging that they can connect with. They want the unboxing experience. One in five consumers have watched an unboxing video. Also 56% of customers’ re-purchasing decisions are influenced by their interactions with the packaging. That’s all growing mainly through the e-commerce world. And retail is growing as well.” Read the full article here -!)-the-box-part-2




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