Welcome to EMPAC Group Inc.
We deliver exceptional custom packaging solutions to our manufacturing partners. Our flexible capabilities allow us to be there, when needed, for manufacturing companies of all sizes. The quality of our work is backed by ISO certification.* Our employees are dedicated to consistent attention to detail in their work everyday. Our central locations in the Midwest and efficient distribution fleet allow us to serve a broad region along the Highway 44 corridor.
Empac Group Employment Opportunities provides meaningful employment to individuals impacted by disabilities in the area. Sheltered Workshop employment is available, in addition to placement in jobs within the community, such as with a fast food restaurant or grocer.
*Currently ISO-certified at the Sullivan location.
Area industries now have a resource to employ with even more capacity and diversified services. In turn, employing Empac Group’s expanded abilities, creates more jobs for persons with disabilities in the area.
We empower our partners to increase their production and grow their business–only when they need us. Our vocational opportunities empower our employees to be trained and potentially attain jobs in other community businesses.
We are the reliable partner you need in this increasingly competitive marketplace, helping businesses exceed their goals with adaptable capacity. Our continuum of opportunity extends to providing those impacted by disabilities meaningful employment today and up through to their retirement.
Empac Industrial Resources operates its program and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes he or she has been aggrieved by any unlawful, discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with Empac Industrial Resources.
1600 W. Main Street
Washington, MO 63090
POBox 354 - 104 Airport Road
Sullivan, MO 63080
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