Job Fair at Outreach – Center for Community Resources

Outreach invites job seekers to attend the CANPACK Job Fair being held at the LEAD Center at Outreach, 431 North Seventh Avenue on Wednesday, June 15, 2022, 11 am to 2 pm. 

The LEAD Center at Outreach is hosting this on-site job fair with CANPACK. 

CANPACK is an international manufacturer of aluminum and steel cans and glass bottles for the food and beverage sector, located in Jessup, PA. CANPACK’s mission is to be the global partner of choice for impactful, experience-enhancing and sustainable packaging solutions – energizing customers, connecting with consumers, and inspiring employees to push boundaries.

The job fair is open to the public. Meet with CANPACK, bring your resume, and explore the amazing job opportunities CANPACK has to offer. 

CANPACK as an employer seeks to unleash the collective energy and potential of their employees.

Brooke Lipperini – EMPOWER Conference Panelist

Regional Manager, Human Resources, CANPACK US

Presentation: Managing Conflict Panel

The ability to resolve conflict in the workplace is an essential ability for leaders in any organization. When there is open and transparent processes for identifying, resolving, and managing conflict, it is proven to improve productivity and job satisfaction of employees. In this session, our panelists will discuss techniques on how to engage in meaningful conversations and manage conflict in the workplace.


Brooke Lipperini, SHRM-SCP, has over 15 years of professional experience in human resources, primarily in manufacturing organizations. Currently, she is the regional manager, human resources at CANPACK US, a manufacturer of aluminum beverage cans. 

Prior to joining CANPACK US, she was the human resources manager at The AZEK Company, a manufacturer of premium building products in Scranton. Lipperini holds a SHRM-SCP certification and has been awarded the Veterans at Work Certificate by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Foundation. She has served on the NEPA SHRM board of directors since 2017 and currently holds the role of president elect.  Brooke also serves on the board of directors of Skills in Scranton, the workforce development affiliate of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. 

Brooke lives in Olyphant with her two children, fiancé, and two dogs.

CANPACK Group to Host On-Site Job Fair at New Olyphant Facility

The CANPACK Group will host its very first on-site job fair Friday, April 16, and Saturday, April 17, just outside its currently under-construction 908,000 square-foot facility at 1400 E. Lackawanna Ave. in Olyphant.

With plant operations set to begin in September, CANPACK is offering more than 400 career opportunities in a cutting-edge manufacturing environment supplying a host of innovative products to some of the biggest brand names in the world. We are actively seeking individuals with previous experience in manufacturing, production, machine operation, electrical work, maintenance, mechanics, processing, or engineering.

CANPACK is among the market leaders in the packaging industry, which is experiencing unprecedented growth, making this the perfect time to join us as we embark on our new and exciting journey.

Whether you have years of experience in the industry or have never considered a career in manufacturing, CANPACK careers are uniquely rewarding because we create more than just packaging – we help brands grow, businesses thrive, and people get more enjoyment out of life.
Come and start your new career with CANPACK, where you will feel empowered and be part of a team in an exciting, supportive workplace. Join us April 16 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and April 17 from 10 2 p.m.

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CANPACK Group Hosts Ceremonial Event

The CANPACK Group held a ceremonial event on Friday March 19 with state and local officials along with community leaders. A short program was presented marking the 908,000-square-foot aluminum can manufacturing plant being completely under roof with final construction expected to be in May.

In July of 2020, The CANPACK Group – a subsidiary of Blandon, PA-based GIORGI GLOBAL HOLDINGS, INC. (GGHI) – announced the construction a state of the art aluminum beverage can body and ends manufacturing plant. President and CEO of GGHI Peter Giorgi remarked that “this is CANPACK’s first plant in the United States and will feature a North American Center of Excellence which will demonstrate our R&D and lithographic capabilities. In anticipation of this ceremonial event, Mr. Giorgi added: “We are extremely excited to be bringing CANPACK to the United States and to my home state of Pennsylvania, and we are very pleased that Roberto Villaquiran, CEO of the CANPACK Group, will be joining us in person for this event as well as our leadership team for CANPACK US.”

The new $366 million facility in Olyphant will create more than 400 skilled and semi-skilled jobs. CANPACK will open the first of its assembly lines in September with further lines to follow.
Roberto Villaquiran, CANPACK’s CEO, notes that “providing life sustaining jobs while creating essential packaging products which can be recycled again and again is foundational with respect to CANPACK’s focus on sustainability, being a responsible corporate citizen, and passionately serving the needs of our customers.” Brooke Lipperini, HR Manager o f CANPACK US, added, “We are hiring passionate and dedicated individuals to join our team. This is an exciting time for CANPACK and we welcome those who want to be a part of the creation of a major manufacturing facility that brings great sustainable product to our great country.”

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