Central PA Investment WINs
2093 Old Rte 15, New Columbia, PA 17856 – Union County
GAF is the largest roofing manufacturer in North America. GAF purchased an existing rail served building in New Columbia, PA in 2017 and invested millions in facility and rail improvements to the building creating over 50 quality careers. GAF chose to build a second plant adjacent to that facility in New Columbia, PA because of a talented workforce, excellent rail service and proximity to the highway and their customer base. GAF completed construction in 2022 of a multi-million-dollar state-of-the-art 255,000 square foot rail served PolyISO manufacturing facility and created an additional 40 careers.
Strong Industries to add a second plant in 2022
Strong Industries, located out side Northumberland, is adding a second plant in Danville, PA that will bring 300 jobs to the area... read more
Great Dane trailers invests $3.5M and creates 200 jobs in Elysburg PA
Great Dane, LLC, a leading manufacturer of high-performance commercial transportation equipment, will expand its existing trailer manufacturing operations in Elysburg at its Ralpho Township, Northumberland County site. Great Dane will invest over $3.5 million into the...
River Run Foods to expand in Union County
River Run Foods a food manufacturing company located in Northumberland PA optioned to purchase for $1.8 million 43 acres at the Great Stream Commons industrial park in Allenwood, PA Union County with plans to construct a 300,000 square foot facility. Read more
Marijuana-growing company to expand Shamokin Dam plant
SHAMOKIN DAM — INSA LLC is proposing a major expansion of its medical marijuana-growing operation less than a year after opening the plant. Read more
Trivium Packaging, a metal packaging manufacturer, $7 million expansion
Trivium Packaging, a metal packaging manufacturer, is expanding its manufacturing operations with upgrades to an existing production line, the installation of an interior sunken dock pit, and a building expansion for receiving steel coil shipments to accommodate new...
Talen Energy to build $400M 300MW nuclear-powered cryptomining facility and data center in Berwick PA
Talent Energy to build 300MW nuclear-powered cryptomining facility and data center in US. The company is looking to develop the Susquehanna Hyperscale Campus (SHC) in Berwick, on undeveloped land next to Talen Energy’s Nuclear-powered Susquehanna Steam Electric...
Dyco Opens new “D2” Facility in Berwick PA
In 2021 Dyco is expanding it’s manufacturing capabilities with it’s new D2 facility. The new facility is located in the Berwick Industrial Development Association Complex in Berwick. The 25,000 square feet of additional manufacturing, assembly, and system testing...
Patton Industries Expanding Warehouse
MILTON — The Patton Logistics Group is finishing construction on a 135,000-square-foot warehouse for their Patton Warehousing division. Read more
Fresh Roasted Coffee Invests $5M+ and Creates 45+ Jobs
Fresh Roasted Coffee, LLC is expanding its operations and relocating to a larger facility in a portion of the former Glen Raven Sunbury Textile Mills. The expanded 60,000 square foot space will allow for increased production and market opportunities. Read more
Boyd Station soybean processor receives $2.6 million grant to add rail tracks
Boyd Station soybean processor receives $2.6 million grant to add rail tracks. Providing new full-time jobs while supporting Pennsylvania agriculture and reducing truck traffic all are planned goals nestled within a $2.6 million grant recently awarded to Boyd Station...
GTI medical marijuana plant to expand add 100 jobs
Medical-pot plant to expand in Danville, add 100 jobs. Green Thumb Industries, a medical marijuana-growing operation, has been given the go-ahead for an expansion it expects will bring 100 more jobs to Danville PA. Read more
EnergyCAP, Inc. Builds New 20,000SF Headquarters in State College
EnergyCAP, Inc builds new state-of-the-art, 20,000-square-foot headquarters facility in State College PA on a prime lot in the Boalsburg Technology Park. Read more