Press Glass Creating Hundreds of Right to Work Virginia Jobs

Right to Work Virginia Economic Update

Press Glass Inc. is expanding soon in Right to Work Henry County, Virginia. As a result, the company is creating a total of 335 new jobs. This will be covered by a $155.2 million investment.

From Area Development Magazine:

“Our clients have trusted us and recognized the high quality of Press Glass products, so the expansion of the factory in Ridgeway is a natural step to increase the availability of our offerings and strengthen our position in the American market. […] After the expansion, the Ridgeway plant will be one of the largest and most automated facilities processing architectural glass in the USA. At the same time, we will create new, valuable job opportunities. We express our gratitude to the local leadership for their invaluable support.” […]

“Southern Virginia’s workforce possesses the skills and work ethic to benefit manufacturers, and we are proud Press Glass continues to thrive and reinvest in its operation at Commonwealth Crossing Industrial Park. […] With premier sites and a state-of-the-art training facility, Martinsville-Henry County has a recipe for success and continues to successfully compete for projects and diversify its economy.” […]

“Press Glass’ decision to expand its manufacturing facility in Commonwealth Crossing speaks not only to the strength of Press Glass’ position in their industry but also to the decision local (elected) officials made 15 years ago to invest in a modern industrial park that would be attractive to growth companies like Press Glass. […] The EDC is grateful to Press Glass for their continued confidence and investment in Martinsville-Henry County.”


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