Sterling Technologies Expanded Operations In Lake City, Pennsylvania
To accommodate record growth, Sterling will expand operations facility. Sterling has committed to investing $2,001,300 in the project, including building acquisition and improvements and equipment purchases. Sterling will also create 66 new, full-time jobs over the next three years while retaining 161 existing positions.
“Working with the Governor’s Action Team was a seamless experience from the beginning. We were considering moving production, warehousing, and ultimately many jobs to another region, but in discussing our objectives and our goals with the GAT, we soon found that staying in Erie County was a great alternative to moving,” said Greg Cronkhite, CEO of Sterling Technologies. “They provided guidance and opportunity for us to continue to grow our business in Pennsylvania. I would highly recommend companies considering relocation to talk to the GAT prior to final decisions.”
As an incentive, Sterling received a funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development that includes a $150,000 Pennsylvania First program grant, $132,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits to be distributed upon creation of the new jobs, and $46,700 in WEDnetPA funding for employee training.
“Sterling Technologies is a great example of a home grown Pennsylvania company that has experienced significant growth and success,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “It’s a pleasure to announce that this company has decided to maintain its roots within the commonwealth through this expansion, and that it will continue contributing to Pennsylvania’s well-being by expanding its workforce and offering employees stable jobs.”
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