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Case Sealer Donated to Little Friends Spectrum

Shorr Packaging visits the Little Friends Spectrum contract facility in Downers Grove, Illinois to setup a donated case sealer to be used in a vocational training program.

Pictured (left to right): Rory and Nicole (Little Friends), David Pavon - Warehouse Assembly Lead, Steve Golding - Division Manager, Tom P. (Little Friends), Bob Jorgensen - Division Operations Manager, Todd Snyder - Regional Director of Operations, Jay Krudwig - Distribution Center Manager (Shorr Packaging). Not Pictured: Craig Funkhouser - President and COO

The Interpack (IPG - Intertape Polymer Group) USA 20-B, uniform, semi-automatic, bottom-only case sealer will help automate the process for the facility. Full installation, setup, testing and trials were performed with a group from Little Friends. Full training to operate the equipment, including refilling and re-threading the tape head, was provided by Shorr onsite.

By utilizing this machine within the Spectum Vocational Program, teens and adults will be able to learn vital skills and develop an understanding of appropriate work habits, attitudes and behavior, helping to further develop life skills and independence.

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Little Friends Spectrum serves children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. They help empower these individuals to live, learn, work and participate within the surrounding communities. The 35,000 square foot Spectrum facility is used to offer expertise in light assembly, collating, labeling and packaging. The Downers Grove location operates a full shipping and receiving department and offers pick-up, drop-off and storage options.


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