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Architectural Sign Company Buys New Facility, to Add 79 Jobs

It received more than $2.5 million in state incentives.

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Bunting fabricated the Southwestern PA WWII Memorial in Pittsburgh. | Credit: Bunting

Bunting Inc. (Verona, PA), an architectural sign and services company, has purchased a 334,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing facility and will add 79 jobs to its payroll, Pennsylvania Business Report writes.

The facility is located in New Castle, about an hour away from the company’s headquarters. The expansion will allow Bunting to enter the aluminum extrusion market, the article says.

Bunting will invest about $16.8 million in the project, including the facility’s renovation, during the next four years. It received more than $2.5 million in state incentives, according to the outlet.

The Pennyslvania firm was founded in 1869 as W. A. Bunting & Son Company and manufactured rubber stamps, tags and nameplates. In 1980, third-generation descendant Jody Bunting founded Bunting Graphics Inc. Its sister company is Bunting Architectural Metals.

Read more at Pennsylvania Business Report.

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