California firm expands to Indian River County creating 30 new jobs

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The Indian River County Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Office announced that IMPAK Corporation, a California firm that produces specialty packaging, is expanding its current operations into Indian River County.

The company has purchased a building on 102nd Terrace in Sebastian, and is in the process of making significant renovations.  They anticipate creating 30 new jobs by early 2020, including positions such as Technical Sales, Production Development, Electronic Assembly and Customer Service.  IMPAK plans to keep its California operations to supply customers on the West Coast and in Southeast Asia.  Its Sebastian location will service customers along the U.S. East Coast as well as those in Europe and Latin America.  The new location will also handle the manufacturing of heat sealing and vacuum packaging machinery.

“We are committed to being an outstanding Florida corporate citizen as well as improving our service to customers from Nova Scotia and New England to Puerto Rico and the Caribbean” states Kevin Cullen, IMPAK Corporation President.  IMPAK has a long history of serving the biomedical/pharmaceutical, food, and technology industries with advanced barrier packaging, compatible sealing equipment and sorbent products to help protect packaged contents.

The Chamber’s Economic Development Office worked with company executives over the past several months, discussing plans and facilitating meetings with local organizations as potential resources for new employees.  “We are excited to add yet another innovative corporate headquarters to our business community” notes Helene Caseltine, the Chamber’s Economic Development Director. ”This is a perfect fit for Indian River County as part of our overall strategy for economic diversification.”

 

The Indian River County Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Office announced that IMPAK Corporation, a California firm that produces specialty packaging, is expanding its current operations into Indian River County.

The company has purchased a building on 102nd Terrace in Sebastian, and is in the process of making significant renovations.  They anticipate creating 30 new jobs by early 2020, including positions such as Technical Sales, Production Development, Electronic Assembly and Customer Service.  IMPAK plans to keep its California operations to supply customers on the West Coast and in Southeast Asia.  Its Sebastian location will service customers along the U.S. East Coast as well as those in Europe and Latin

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