Pratt Industries invests $500 million to increase manufacturing in Pennsylvania, creating hundreds of new jobs

Oct. 5, 2023
The investment will be used to improve recycling, remanufacturing and clean energy infrastructure.

Pratt Industries has announced plans to invest $500 million into manufacturing in Pennsylvania over the next 10 years, creating hundreds of jobs in the process. The investment will be used to improve recycling, remanufacturing and clean energy infrastructure. To date, the corrugated packaging company has invested $500 million in Pennsylvania and employs more than 800 workers. 

In a recent quote, Anthony Pratt, Executive Chairman of Pratt Industries, said, “Pratt Industries is proud to employ more than 800 Pennsylvanians across the state in high-paying, green collar, advanced manufacturing jobs, and our total culminative investment in Pennsylvania now exceeds $500 million. As part of that commitment, and as a result of Governor Shapiro’s leadership, I’m honored today to pledge a further investment of $500 million in recycling, remanufacturing and clean energy infrastructure over the next ten years, to create hundreds of new jobs in the great state of Pennsylvania. Our investments will allow the company to grow for years to come, supporting our customers, employees and the community.”



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