PUBCO/Kroy (2020)

Cleveland, OH

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NMTC Amount: $23,000,000

Est. Total Project Cost: $23,000,000

COMMUNITY IMPACT

Since its founding in 1896 as PUBCO Carbon and Ink, PUBCO has been helping businesses put ink on paper. Now a label manufacturing firm, PUBCO has a tradition and reputation of a commitment to customer service, internal quality control and coninuous improvement. PUBCO is proposing to expand its manufacturing operations and capacity at its industrial campus in inner city Cleveland by purchasing and installing new state-of-the-art equipment and to initiate the new liner-less label market in North America. The new equipment will create at least 50 new jobs, adding to the existing 173 full time jobs at Kroy. Kroy has a strong record of hiring and trainin the less fortuante including homeless people, refugees, formerly incarcerated and veterans.

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