American Textile To Build New Plant

November 2006
Textile World;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 156 Issue 6, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of American Textile Co., to build an 83,000 square-foot pillow manufacturing plant in Duquesne, Pennsylvania. The plant will be located next to the company's headquarters and distribution center which opened in April 2003. The company has received a $1 million low-interest loan through the Citizens Job Bank program, $3 million in financial support through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and $530,000 through the Allegheny County Department of Economic Development. According to Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell, the company had chosen the Allegheny County to expand its operation that will create new jobs and opportunities, which is good news for the working families.


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