Germantown, Wis. – October 16, 2013 – Hampel understands the need to raise awareness of manufacturing opportunities to local students and was excited to participate in this event.
Menomonee Falls, Germantown and Sussex Chambers of Commerce brought together local manufacturers and Menomonee Falls, Hamilton, and Germantown School District students to raise awareness of the career opportunities in the local manufacturing industry and the corresponding educational pathways. Over 500 students and parents attended the Expo
“This is a great event for local manufacturers and students,” said Heidi Hellesen, Human Resource Manager at Hampel, “with a portion of the proceeds from the MCE being dedicated to funding education scholarships in each of the participating school districts.”
Hampel is a diversified plastic manufacturer located in Germantown, Wisconsin. Founded in 1976 by Lance T. Hampel, specializing in heavy gauge, deeply drawn thermoformed parts that are sold on a proprietary and custom basis. Hampel has built its reputation on providing innovative, customer-centric solutions to difficult problems and on delivering high quality parts worthy of the Hampel name. With more than 30 years of thermoforming experience, Hampel elevates the thermoforming relationship through practical innovation, making it a manufacturing partner as advanced as its customers.
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