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Pharmaceutical Facility Sets Up Shop in Bristol

Governor Tom Corbett touted the company's plans to invest nearly $7 million and create at least 51 new jobs with the project.

The following has been provided by the office of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett:

Governor Tom Corbett announced that Nosco, Inc., a supplier of pharmaceutical printing and packaging, has located its first facility in Pennsylvania and has begun production at a new facility in Bucks County, creating at least 51 new jobs.

“Pennsylvania’s economy continues to grow and manufacturing, an industry once thought to be lost, is coming back strong,” Corbett said. “Nosco recognized our potential and selected southeast Pennsylvania to locate its first operations in the northeast U.S. I have no doubt that with our keystone location and skilled workers, Nosco will continue to grow.”

To establish operations in the Northeast U.S., Nosco has enhanced a more than 22,820-square-foot site in Bristol Township to develop an “all-digital” manufacturing facility. The company is projected to invest nearly $7 million and create at least 51 new jobs with the project.

“Nosco’s customers in the Northeast have consistently asked that we bring our 100 percent employee-owned culture closer to serve them with faster cycle times and lower total costs for packaging components”, said Russ Haraf, President of Nosco.  “We selected the site in Bucks County because of the skilled labor force in Bristol and its surrounding communities, the wonderful support and commitment we received from the state of Pennsylvania and Buck’s County, and the proximity to brand owners in the healthcare, personal care and natural health markets.”

The company received a funding offer from the Department of Community and Economic Development including a $255,000 Pennsylvania First Program grant and a $22,000 Guaranteed Free Training grant to be used to train its new workforce.

The project was coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team, an experienced group of economic development professionals who work directly with businesses that are considering locating or expanding in Pennsylvania, in collaboration with Select Greater Philadelphia.

"This is great news for our region. Select is pleased to have helped Nosco come to Greater Philadelphia by providing a confidential site selection process customized to meet their needs,” said Select Greater Philadelphia President and CEO Tom Morr. “As a result, the entire region will benefit from the jobs that will be created thanks to having Nosco locate here”.

Nosco, Inc., a subsidiary of Holden Industries, Inc., is a provider of healthcare packaging and serves more than 350 customers, primarily in regulated industries. 

For more information, visit Nosco, Inc.at www.nosco.com.

Nancy Campbell December 27, 2013 at 10:40 AM
Anybody know when this facility is expected to open? Know someone looking for work in Bristol. Where in Bristol is the company located?

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