Sauk Village’s Winpak to double in size, hire 100
Winpak expansion groundbreaking on 4-28-16. Photo courtesy of David Hinderliter.
Ground has been broken on a project that will add 348,000 square feet of production and logistics space to the existing Winpak Portion Packaging plant at 111 Winpak Way off of Mark Collins Drive near Sauk Trail. The current plant is a 267,000 square-foot facility.
“This is really a shot in the arm for this industrial site,” Sauk Village President David Hanks said. “But it’s not just for Sauk Village, this is really a shot in the arm for the South Suburbs.”
Winpak is an international producer of plastic cups and trays for food and beverages, including single-use coffee machine cups, creamer, margarine, applesauce and juice containers, vacuum pouches, zipper pouches, rigid trays and bulk liners…Please click here to read David P. Funk’s story in the Times. Click here for a related story in the Sothland Voice: “Mayor Hanks Efforts Lands a Major Expansion of Winpak Portion Packaging Facility at Sauk Village Logistic Center.”