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Ralph S. Alberts Co. Expands Montoursville, Pennsylvania, Operations

Ralph S. Alberts Co., a full-service, multifaceted custom molding manufacturer, plans to expand its operations in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. The $2.3 million project is expected to create 24 jobs.

The investment will include the purchase and renovation of an existing manufacturing facility at 50 Choate Circle, adjacent to the company’s existing location, that will increase production capacity of the company’s composite and fiberglass division.

“The Shapiro Administration was extremely helpful through this entire process,” said Seth Alberts, President and CEO of the Ralph S. Alberts Co. “We are grateful to have the support of our Commonwealth, the county, and our local community. Not only will this expansion project help us better support our customers, but it will also allow us to provide additional financial security for individuals through job creation and retention. We’d like to thank all those who played a role in helping us make this a reality.”

As an incentive Ralph S. Alberts Co. received a funding proposal from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development for a $72,000 Pennsylvania First grant, which will offset some of the company’s training, machinery and equipment costs.

“Manufacturing is critical to Pennsylvania’s economy, and our investments in businesses like Ralph S. Alberts Co. are keeping manufacturers here and boosting this vital industry,” noted DCED Secretary Rick Siger. “This is also an important example of how the Shapiro Administration’s investments in manufacturing strengthen the Commonwealth’s economy and supply chain, as the Ralph S. Alberts Co. utilizes more than 330 Pennsylvania vendors and suppliers for their work each year.”

Ralph S. Alberts Co. operates seven departments providing uniquely designed, molded and manufactured components. The company provides custom molding services to those in the amusement, medical, recreation, military, industrial, material handling, telecommunications, packaging, automotive, aerospace, and aviation industries.

“This investment by Governor Shapiro and DCED will assist Ralph S. Alberts Co. in growing their production capabilities and employee base,” added Jason Fink, President/CEO, Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce. “It exemplifies the Shapiro Administration’s commitment to growing all of Pennsylvania and we look forward to working with them on other projects in Lycoming County.”

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