Ernest Packaging Solutions: Salt Lake City, Utah

2850A South 900 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84119

We have served the Utah market for over 100 years. With a history this long, we have a great deal of experience and expertise to share with our customers, and the best staff to do it. Going above and beyond is just part of what we do here. In fact, we pride ourselves on out-servicing and outperforming just about anybody around. Stop in and experience it for yourself.

The team collected 1165 pairs of socks for our #Givember sock drive! Donated to The Road Home – Midvale Family Center.

The fun starts now at our Customer Appreciation event!

Celebrating our very own Ernest Awards - the Ernies.

Scoring big on Employee Appreciation Day!

Gavin Jackson, General Manager

With over 20 years’ experience in sales, operations, and distribution, Gavin likes to roll up his sleeves and get involved, earning the trust of both his customers and his team—which is how he brings out the best in people. His approach to leadership is to coach, teach, and train where needed, and to be a reassuring partner along the way. One of his proudest accomplishments was overseeing the acquisition of a 30-year-old family-owned business, and managing the transition without losing any of the company’s crew. In fact, he did such a good job of maintaining the status quo that they made “Team Gavin” t-shirts to show their support. Gavin loves to spend time outdoors with his family, hiking in summer and skiing in winter. And with all three of his daughters involved in theatre and sports (volleyball, basketball, and soccer), there’s always a game or a performance to watch. A lifelong Denver Broncos fan, he also loves watching football and soccer. We’re betting on Team Gavin for the win on all fronts.

Any questions or concerns?

Give us a call at 800-233-7788.

We are all about our commitment to you. And hurdles are just mole hills to us.

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How do you make premium packaging for a wearable multi-tool that really pops off the shelf? You cut up the rulebook and start from scratch.