The company is actively hiring in the bad economy.
The high unemployment rate
has been a focal point in the news for the past few years, and yet companies
have had a hard time finding qualified candidates. So how big of a problem is
manufacturing sector facing in the years to come?
packaging machinery vendor,ARPAC,is thinking outside the box on all levels
and is committed to in-house training, skills development and focused
To approach the recruiting,
where it all starts, the company placed a recruitment billboard along
Interstate highway 294-Northbound (between North and Grand Avenues) and is
running commercials on the radio. The goal is to support the Chicagoland
area by providing jobs by actively recruiting for multiple positions including
mechanical engineers, field service technicians, assemblers, machinists and
welders. The openings are postedherewithin
the ARPAC website.
The ARPAC Group, located in Schiller Park, is committed to growing the
company by 15% in 2011 and doubling the size by 2014. In jobs, that
relates to a 10% growth in employment which is the complete opposite of the
ARPAC is a recognized leader
in manufacturing innovative end-of-line packaging machinery solutions. It
is a vertically integrated industrial manufacturing company with a full staff
of mechanical and electrical engineers, a state of the art CNC machining and
fabrication facility, complete electrical and mechanical assembly operations,
and a team of field service technicians that have installed more than 30,000
A fully U.S.
based manufacturing and service organization, ARPAC is committed to building in
and keeping jobs at home. ARPAC not only wants the business to succeed, it
wants the community to succeed too.
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