Who We Are
Starworks Packaging and Assembly has been successfully providing clients with contract packaging and fulfillment services since 1985. Our team exists because, for 20 years, our clients have demonstrated their satisfaction through repeated business. With effective systems and processes in place, the General Manager is able to respond to your need for a timely and cost efficient quote; supervisors are trained to ensure quality standards are always met and employees are absolutely dedicated to the job.
Our employees are dedicated workers and feel privileged to be a part of our organization, and as such are enthusiastic to work on what others would consider tedious jobs. They employ this positive attitude in every project ensuring that our client’s product is done quickly and with immaculate attention to detail.
The Starworks Packaging and Assembly facility is a 5,000 square foot warehouse located in Vancouver, BC. Two large loading bays provide easy product delivery. Vertical storage means several different product types can be kept at the facility and accessed.
Starworks is a social enterprise that has been set up by the Developmental Disabilities Association (DDA), a non-profit association that provides over 50 services and programs to children, youths and adults in Vancouver and Richmond.
Starworks Packaging and Assembly was established to provide employment to individuals with developmental disabilities who satisfy our employment criteria. Our mandate is to provide individuals with financial gain, an accessible work environment and skills suited to careers within other companies. We employ over 30 on call workers in our 5,000 square foot Vancouver warehouse with the capacity to handle all types of work that requires high volume manual labour including to contract packaging, fulfillment, kitting, and manual assembly.
Starworks receives no government funding and operate as a sustainable business, with profits redirected back into the business to employ more workers. We are proud to be partners with United Way of the Lower Mainland and appreciative of their support.