Corrugated Partners Group is set to invest $52.7m for the development of a new manufacturing facility in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, US.

Dubbed Keystone Sheets, the new facility will be built on an area of 420,000ft² at 1465 Nitterhouse Drive in the city of Chambersburg.

Intended to serve customers in the Mid-Atlantic region, the facility will manufacture single, double, and triple-walled corrugated sheets.

These sheets are suitable for making boxes, which transport essential supplies to businesses, hospitals, pharmacies, and homes throughout North America.

The plant is expected to help create approximately 80 new jobs over the next three years.

Pennsylvania governor Josh Shapiro said:I’m thrilled that the Commonwealth [Pennsylvania] won this advanced manufacturing project over other states and am pleased to welcome Corrugated Partners Group to Franklin County.

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“Investments like this one support Pennsylvania’s economy by creating good-paying jobs that support our local communities – and we will continue to compete aggressively for great projects like this one as we send the clear message to the world that Pennsylvania is open for business.

Since January this year, more than $700m in new private sector investments have been announced in the state.

These investments include more than $20.6m from packaging system manufacturer EAM-Mosca for the expansion of its manufacturing operation in Luzerne County. This investment is expected to help create roughly 50 new jobs in the region.

Schless Bottles has also announced its relocation to Pennsylvania, a move anticipated to create an estimated 100 new manufacturing jobs in Allentown.