Monday, December 12, 2016

Lactation Stations – Made in Springfield

Congressman Peter Welch was among those who helped open Konrad Prefab’s new manufacturing facility in the Robert S Jones Industrial Center in Springfield. Konrad Prefab specializes in the design and production of modular and display units. Their initial product line are lactation suites.


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Video: Konrad Prefab ribbon-cutting ceremony


With remarks by Springfield Regional Development Corp. director Bob Flint, Congressman Peter Welch, Mamava sales manager Janet Stambolian, Springfield Town Manager Tom Yennerell, and Konrad Prefab president David Jaacks.



Grand opening heralds new Konrad Prefab facility
Community development representatives and municipal officials joined Konrad Prefab owner David Jaacks and U.S. Rep. Peter Welch for a ribbon cutting and grand opening to celebrate the new, 18,000-square-foot facility on Monday, Dec. 12.

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Manufacturing of Mamava comes to Springfield
Manufacturing is returning to Springfield, although it's nothing remotely resembling machine tools.

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1 comment :

  1. Any dairy farmer can tell you how to set up and run lactation stations for a lot less money.

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