Pennsylvania Governor: Photo Printing Lab Relocated to York County

Pennsylvania Governor: Photo Printing Lab Relocated to York County

Gov. Wolf Announces Photo Printing Lab Moving Out-of-State Headquarters to York County, Creating More Than 100 New Jobs

Harrisburg, PA (STL.News) Governor Tom Wolf announced that Nations Photo Lab, an affiliate of Gallery Blocks LLC (d/b/a Artsy Couture) — a leading professional full-service photography printing lab formerly headquartered in Cockeysville, Maryland — has  its headquarters to Springettsbury Township, York County.  The relocation will create 125 new, full-time jobs in the Susquehanna Valley.

“In this digital era, memories can be captured using many different devices, but they can only be eternally preserved in print,” said Gov. Wolf.  “Pennsylvania is happy to welcome Artsy Couture to the commonwealth and is proud to support them as they create jobs, capture life’s moments, and provide a critical service to local photographers.”

As part of Artsy Couture’s relocation and expansion efforts, the company has purchased an existing 73,850-square-foot building in Springettsbury Township.  The relocation includes the purchase of the building, renovations, new equipment, furniture, and job training costs.  The company has committed to investing $5.6 million into the project.

“Our new, larger manufacturing space in York County will allow us to bring our teams together to increase efficiency, encourage collaboration and support the future growth of our business,” said Artsy Couture President Harvis Kramer. 

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