Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development articles below.
Pet e-commerce company Chewy, Inc. will invest $25M to create a pharmacy fulfillment center in Pittstown Township, PA.
The United Kingdom’s largest kitchen retailer will create a total of 360 new jobs at two locations in Luzerne County, PA.
The national pet food company will add new processing and packaging lines, and 94 new jobs, at its Hampden Township, PA operations.
CANPACK Group will invest nearly $366 million in a new manufacturing facility and North American Center of Excellence in Lackawanna County, PA.
The boating parts manufacturer will also expand its Berks County manufacturing operations, creating 97 new jobs.
The package delivery and supply chain management solutions company will invest at least $1.4 billion to expand its operations to four locations in Pennsylvania.
The beverage company will invest $219.7 million in a new 1.5 million square-foot manufacturing facility in the Lehigh Valley.
The baked dessert snacks manufacturer has outgrown its New Jersey facility and will create 50 new jobs as it expands its operations to Springettsbury Township, PA.
The electronics manufacturer is investing $3.7 million in Lake City, PA to double the size of its footprint in Erie County and add up to 249 new jobs.
The refrigerated pet food maker will invest more than $84 million to expand its operations in Hanover Township, with help from state and local grants and tax credits.
The France-based specialty chemicals company will create and retain nearly 270 jobs in the Keystone State's Lehigh Valley.
The industrial gas company's new Lehigh Valley headquarters will take advantage of sustainable technologies and reduce operating costs.
The company's East Coast truck body manufacturing facility expansion will bring nearly 200 jobs to Ephrata, PA over the next three years.
The injection-molded plastic products manufacturer and distributor will expand operations into Pennsylvania and establish a manufacturing facility in Hazle Township.
The Pittsburgh tech hub—which invents and builds new products and services for Amazon customers—will add 125 new tech jobs, doubling its workforce.
The manufacturer of flexible packaging will invest more than $28 million to expand into the greater Bethlehem area.
North America’s largest metal food packaging manufacturer is investing $15 million to expand into the Lehigh Valley.
Assurant will invest approximately $4 million to support the growth of its mobile phone repair business, with help from Pennsylvania grants and tax credits.
The water solutions provider will create 63 new jobs and invest more than $2.5 million in Pittsburgh.
The company will invest $59 million in the Lancaster County expansion project, which includes construction of a new facility and purchasing new state-of-the-art laboratory instrumentation and equipment.
Dieffenbach's Potato Chips Inc. plans create up to 100 new jobs at its new 188,000-square-foot potato chip manufacturing facility and warehouse in Bethel Township, PA.
The software company will build a $72M facility on Pittsburgh’s North Shore, and expand its workforce at its Newtown Square location with the help of grants and tax credits from the commonwealth.