Industry News | January 15, 2017

Anchor Packaging Attracts New Talent

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Anchor Packaging, Inc., North America’s 3rd largest manufacturer of rigid non-foam food packaging, announced the addition of four additional Process Engineers to its manufacturing operations. Jerome Stegall, an ASU graduate with over 10 years’ experience, as well as Nick Gross, Paul McGhee, and Aaron Troll, all graduates of Missouri University of Science and Technology, began their careers with Anchor during the last four months. Responsible for process optimization, continuous improvement, and operator training and development, they join a team focused on achieving the industry’s highest levels of quality, service and performance.

“Our company’s vision for manufacturing excellence, operational leadership, and delighting our customers, begins and ends with our people,” says Jeffrey Wolff, president of Anchor Packaging. “We look for talented individuals who not only excelled in their education, but who are inspired to continuously learn, while driving the enterprise toward future growth.”

Anchor Packaging’s emphasis on their people finds them actively recruiting from various institutions, continuously searching for talented graduates who bring fresh ideas, but also harbor a desire to learn from talented industry veterans. The company’s culture is built on cornerstones of people, safety, quality, and value-driven, innovative products that drive increased sales and profits for Anchor and its partners.

Anchor Packaging’s products include affordable, upscale, to-go packaging to merchandise prepared ready-to-heat meals in supermarkets, and takeout meals offered by restaurants and other foodservice operations. Anchor’s unique product line includes stock and custom rigid packaging, as well as a broad line of cling film wraps.

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