Our Rich History

We at Utah PaperBox trace our roots to 1914, when the company was known as Union Label. Purchased in 1922 by George Keyser and renamed Utah PaperBox, our primary focus for the next five decades was the Rigid box business. In the 1970's, the market emphasis shifted to folding cartons. So we added offset printing and platen die cutting to our capabilities. Although rigid box production remains an important business component, we grew substantially in Folding Cartons. In the 1990's, folding cartons accounted for 85% of our company’s business. To celebrate the new millennium, we entered into Litho-Laminating, considerably expanding packaging options for our customers. In the last decade, we have seen many additions to our facilities and services, including plastic boxes, cold foil and digital printing.


Our quality policy guides every aspect of every department at UPB.

Food Safety

We have the certification and the knowledge you can count on to know your product will be safe for your customers.

100 years

We celebrated our 100th Anniversary in 2014!
We are grateful to all who contributed and participated in those memorable events!

COre Mission

We have a Mission Statement and a set of Core Values which have helped guide us in becoming who we are and will continue to define us as we continue to move through the 21st Century.

Keeping Up

All of our departments have the latest technology, all under one roof! With in house Cad/Design, Prepress, Printing, Die Cutting, Stamping, Rigid and Finishing departments, we are fully equipped to bring you the best packaging for your money!


We have put great effort into protecting the environment and creating a responsible and sustainable company and facility with several methods.

Below is a video we produced in 2013 during the relocation of our printing facility.
It also showcases some of our equipment and services.