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Henry Molded Products To Build Facility In Piedmont, S.C., Add 18 Jobs

Lebanon, Pa.-based Henry Molded Products Inc. — a manufacturer of sustainable molded fiber protective packaging products — will invest more than $5 million to build a production and distribution facility in Piedmont, S.C., adding 18 jobs over the next five years. Production is expected to come online by January 2013.

Henry Molded Products manufactures molded pulp from raw material to finished products. Its products include STAKKER® roll-handling cradles for rolled materials such as plastic film, textiles, vinyl, fencing, wire cloth and paper; nursery and greenhouse containers; off-the-shelf products for window corner protectors, jelly jar packs, and wine and scented-candle packaging; LAREÉ™ Floral Maché for floral and craft containers; and custom solutions for use with automotive parts, electronics, computers and other applications.

The Piedmont facility will be the company's second location in South Carolina. It currently operates a manufacturing plant in Fairforest, S.C., as well as one in Lebanon.

"We are excited about the opportunity to grow our operations in Anderson County," said Douglass Henry, president, Henry Molded Products Inc. "Demand for our products has increased, and this expansion will help us meet our customers' needs. South Carolina has always provided us with an excellent business environment and a skilled workforce."

The company will being accepting applications for the new positions this month.

October 2, 2012

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