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Printpack Will Hire Twice as Many People as ProjectedSubmitted: 01/31/2013
Story By Lex Gray


RHINELANDER - Printpack will hire twice as many people as it originally thought.

Up to 30 new people will have jobs at the new manufacturing facility this year.

The company announced the expansion back in May.

Human resources manager Jeremy VanCamp said the company hired ten people this month.

All ten came from our area -- and all ten are already at work.

VanCamp expects to hire 14 to 20 more people.

All of the jobs are manufacturing positions.

You can apply online at printpack.com. Applications are only accepted online.

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