Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding highlighted nearly $1 million in Wolf Administration investments for the commonwealth’s hemp industry as he opened the 2022 Pennsylvania Hemp Summit in Lancaster today.
The Manufacturers’ Association of York received a state grant to support efforts to grow a skilled workforce in York and surrounding counties.
Apprenticeship programs are growing across the state to help students earn while they learn and provide employers with a stream of workers they need. Thursday, Gov. Tom Wolf announced awards totaling more than $11 million for 26 apprenticeship programs for occupations in agriculture, manufacturing, health care, IT, education, human services, building trades and more. “Apprenticeships [&h[...]
More than 40 volunteers from commercial construction companies introduced middle schoolers to the various careers open to them during a hands-on learning day.
According to a study of the top 11 regions in the country by Transwestern Development Company, there has been a 25% increase in growth in manufacturing and warehouse facilities in Southcentral Pennsylvania and Lehigh Valley since the global financial crises of 2007-2009.
Mainz, Germany-based glass vial manufacturer SCHOTT grew its sales in the United States by 11.1% in 2021 to more than $530.6 million.
Supply chain issues are sweeping across America, affecting businesses both small and large. However, small businesses are taking a bigger hit.
A currently unnamed global food company will be leasing a 350,000-square-foot food grade warehouse at 101 Commerce Drive in Mechanicsburg.
CNC cylindrical grinder and robotic automation system manufacturer Weldon Solutions plans to expand its West Manchester Township, York County-based headquarters by 21,000 square feet.
Thermal solutions company Mobile Climate Control (MCC) is consolidating its U.S. operations to a new headquarters in West Manchester Township, York County. Gov. Tom Wolf announced on Friday that the manufacturer is set to create 117 new, full-time jobs over the next three years as it moves all of its operations to a new 220,000-square-foot […]
On August 27, 2020, Utz Quality Foods completed a merger with special purpose acquisition firm Collier Creek and made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange four days later as the new Utz Brands, Inc.
Pandemic-driven supply chain pain isn’t expected to go away any time soon.