How Much is PCA Investing in Right to Work Alabama

Packaging Corporation of America (PCA) will soon be investing $440 million in Right to Work Clarke County, Alabama. This investment will allow them to convert a paper machine. This way, they can start producing linerboard for special types of packaging. This will create new opportunities for the area.

From Area Development Magazine:

“We are appreciative of the continued support from the State of Alabama, the Alabama Department of Commerce, the City of Jackson and Clarke County to help us continue providing quality jobs and a positive economic impact in the Jackson community.” […]

“Packaging Corp. of America’s reinvestment in its Jackson manufacturing facility will solidify the plant’s future by enhancing its competitiveness. […] This decision underlines the company’s confidence in its Alabama operation while also preserving jobs and safeguarding local education tax dollars. It’s a win for the company, the community and the state.” […]

“We’re committed to helping existing businesses grow and thrive in Alabama, and the impact of a major investment is always magnified when in happens in rural communities. […] With this project, PCA is positioning its Jackson mill for the future, which will significantly benefit the city and the region for years to come.”


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