Governor Wolf Announces Two Company Expansions in Pennsylvania, Creation of 600 New Jobs (Round-Up)

first_img Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Round-Up,  The Blog Yesterday, Governor Tom Wolf announced two companies would be expanding their operations in Pennsylvania, a move that will create 600 new jobs.The governor visited Accolade Inc. in Plymouth Meeting to announce the company’s plans to expand for the fifth time and create an additional 250 jobs.“Accolade’s decision to choose Pennsylvania as the best place for its fifth expansion over any other location speaks volumes to our highly-skilled and dedicated workforce,” said Governor Wolf. “I applaud Accolade for recognizing and investing in the great talents of our first-class workforce. My budget proposal continues to support companies like Accolade who are dedicated to expanding in the commonwealth and creating good, middle-class jobs for Pennsylvanians.”Governor Wolf also announced 350 new jobs, as well as the retention of 1,500 existing positions, with the expansion of Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories.“I am pleased to announce that Eurofins will a significant investment in its Lancaster County campus by expanding its cutting-edge operations in the commonwealth and employing 1,500 hard-working Pennsylvanians with family sustaining jobs,” said Governor Wolf. “Projects like this that utilize the talents of our highly-skilled and dedicated workforce are what will continue to grow our communities and strengthen our economy.”Take a look at the coverage below Governor Wolf Announces Two Company Expansions in Pennsylvania, Creation of 600 New Jobs (Round-Up) By: Eryn Spangler, Press Assistant SHARE Email Facebook Twitter March 03, 2017center_img Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Philly.com: Accolade Inc. to add 250 jobs in Plymouth MeetingAccolade Inc., which contracts with self-insured employers and insurers to help beneficiaries navigate the health care system, will add 250 full-time jobs over the next three years in Plymouth Meeting, Gov. Wolf said Thursday. The company already employs 541 at the Montgomery County location and will spend $2 million on the expansion.The Reporter: Pa. Gov. Wolf visits Accolade in Plymouth MeetingA trailblazing company that’s been recognized as a top place to work received a visit from Gov. Tom Wolf Thursday to celebrate a partnership with the state in its imminent future. Accolade, Inc., which is planning to create 250 jobs over the next three years, specializes in simplifying and humanizing the frequently frustrating world of health care for its clients’ employees.CBS: Gov. Wolf Visits Plymouth Meeting Healthcare CompanyGov. Wolf toured Accolade’s operations, nestled off West Germantown Pike, and brought with him a $2 million contribution from the state to help the company cover hiring and training of an additional 250 employees.Central Penn Business Journal: Eurofins lab expansion to create 350 new jobsA substantial lab expansion at Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories, Inc. will bring 350 new full-time jobs to one of Lancaster County’s largest employers, Gov. Tom Wolf said Thursday. Eurofins provides analytical testing services to the bio/pharmaceutical, food, environmental and medical device industries. Its main campus is located in Upper Leacock Township.ABC 27: Company to add 350 jobs in Lancaster CountyA laboratory services provider plans to expand its Lancaster County campus and add 350 full-time jobs, Gov. Tom Wolf’s office announced Thursday. Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories, Inc. currently employs 1,500 people at its main campus in Upper Leacock Township. The company plans to build a five-story facility to house laboratories and office space beginning in April.PennLive: $59 million expansion project expected to create 350 new jobs[Eurofin] will invest $59 million in the expansion project, which includes construction of the facility and the purchase of new laboratory instrumentation and equipment, the statement said. Construction is anticipated to start next month and the company has already begun hiring new employees. In addition to the 350 new, full-time jobs, the company is expected to retain 1,500 existing positions.   SHARE  TWEETlast_img

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