EnviroPAK realigns senior management, names Chris Miget as president and member of its board of directors, Bryon Crump appointed VP sales and marketing, Rodney Heenan becomes VP of manufacturing
ST. LOUIS, Missouri
May 14, 2013
– EnviroPAK Corporation today announced a renewed commitment to providing custom packaging solutions that deliver cost effectiveness and affordability in an environmentally friendly manner. The company has also announced a realignment of its senior management team to ensure this commitment is successfully executed. Chris Miget has been named president and Bryon Crump is vice president of sales and marketing for EnviroPAK.
Crump has been associated with EnviroPAK in various capacities since 1997 and Miget is an original investor in EnviroPAK. Miget’s experience also includes sales of print-related services strictly through distribution, during which time he was president and the relationship manager with its manufacturing partners. Crump has also extensive experience with a major packaging distributor. Miget has also been elected to the board of directors for EnviroPAK.
Rodney Heenan fills out EnviroPAK’s management team in the vital role as vice president of manufacturing. “EnviroPAK has enjoyed significant growth over the last few years and sees a bright future for molded pulp,” Crump said. “In order to support that growth, we plan to continue investing in our plant and equipment. This investment will keep Rodney busy in his position as our key executive responsible for our manufacturing operations.”
“The renewed direction is a reinforced alignment with the direction where the company was originally headed and ensures it continues to head that way,” Crump said. “This extends to our sales channels as well as to our ongoing pursuit of innovative ways to provide our customers with custom packaging that fits their unique needs.”
“Throughout our history, we have developed a reputation of designing a molded pulp solution that offers excellent shock and vibration protection while costing less and being ecologically sustainable,” Crump said. “With our renewed focus on our founding principles and business model, we are strategically positioned to take EnviroPAK to the next level of service and quality in our industry.”
According to Miget, another advantage EnviroPAK can claim over the competition is their in-house capabilities that enable them to design tools specifically for a project that the company maintains for the customer for the life of the project. “We have tools we have been running for a decade with customers that we have never had to charge an additional fee of any sort for that tool,” he said. “That’s the benefit of having the shop in-house. A quality tool always produces a quality part.”
“We’re a fully integrated house so we can take customized packaging from design through tooling and production without any need for outsourcing,” Miget said. “We are able to get products to market much more quickly than most of the industry.”
EnviroPAK is a premier manufacturer of molded pulp packaging for the interior protection of a wide range of products, including custom applications for trays, clamshells and end caps. It is a full-service supplier of molded pulp packaging, providing in-house design engineering, tooling and manufacturing. EnviroPAK is a privately-held company based in St. Louis, MO.