Printfly Corporation Relocates To Byberry East Industrial Park In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“We are proud to make investments in manufacturers such as Printfly to support their continued growth and expansion in the commonwealth,” said Governor Tom Corbett.
As an incentive, PIDA approved a $1,440,000 low-interest loan for Printfly Corporation to acquire and renovate a new site, located approximately two miles away from their current location. The project will cost more than $3.7 million and the company will create 53 new jobs and retain 116 more positions.
PIDA, an independent authority staffed and regulated through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, provides capital for building acquisition, construction and renovation work, primarily for manufacturers, industrial developers, research and development firms, agricultural processors and employers looking to establish national or regional headquarters in Pennsylvania.
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