ILSCO Invests $4.9M to Put Greenville, Pennsylvania, Plant Back to Work
"ILSCO is very excited about launching ILSCO Extrusions Inc. It is very rare that an idled manufacturing facility is brought back to life, and we're proud to do it in such a wonderful community," said Andrew Quinn, ILSCO president. "After three intense months of work, the Greenville facility is running again and is producing high quality aluminum extrusion. It could not have been done without the hard work of the management team and production employees, all former employees of the facility, who have worked tirelessly to reopen the factory."
The Penn-Northwest Development Corp. helped the company obtain $1.3 million for the project from the Department of Community and Economic Development. That included a $50,000 opportunity grant, a $1.27 million loan from the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority, and $23,400 in job training assistance.
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