Office of International Business Development
OIBD’s investment team works to provide the overall support and technical assistance required by international companies to establish in Pennsylvania. A record-setting $180,644,710 Capital Investment was committed to Projects for FDI in FY 13-14 — more than double that in FY 12-13.
Jobs to be Created or Retained Over Three Years
Companies Established in PA
New Projects Identified for Future Development
Foreign Delegations Hosted
International Company Site Visits
Investment Success Stories
French Company, Millet Plastics, formed a partnership with PSPM to establish a larger manufacturing facility of agribusiness packaging products in Lebanon County, creating 20 new jobs.
Australian energy efficiency company, Ecosave, selected the Navy Yard in Philadelphia for the location of its U.S. headquarters and first location in North America, creating 125 new jobs.
Chinese manufacturer, Taizhou Fuling Plastics, has established its first manufacturing site in the U.S. in Lehigh County creating 75 new jobs. Fuling is recognized as the leading exporter of plastic tableware and kitchenware, a national high-tech enterprise and an environmentally friendly company.
North American provider of industrial noise control solutions comes to Mercer County creating 126 new jobs
Noise Solutions Inc. is the leading North American provider of engineered turnkey industrial noise control for oil and gas, mining, power and aerospace industries. They have established a new manufacturing plant in Mercer County to serve the U.S. market, creating 126 new jobs.
Indian consulting company, Denali, expanded their Pittsburgh office from 20 employees to 55 by the end of 2014. They are one of the fastest-growing small companies in the U.S.
Austrian packaging manufacturer, Greiner Packaging, has established its U.S. headquarters in Luzerne County, creating 128 new jobs. They will produce premium packaging of cups and lids, as well as other convenience and sustainable items for the food industry.
Torcomp, the Brazilian machinery manufacturer and supplier to Volvo Construction in Shippensburg has established its first U.S. facility in Franklin County, creating 73 new jobs.