Pennsylvania: Knoll Inc. to Expand in Montgomery County

Pennsylvania: Knoll Inc. to Expand in Montgomery County

Gov. Wolf Announces Furniture Manufacturer to Expand in Montgomery County, Creating New Jobs and Recommitting to Growth in PA

Harrisburg, PA (STL.News) Governor Tom Wolf announced that Knoll, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of workplace and residential furniture with a longtime presence in the commonwealth, has relocated a manufacturing line from Michigan to Pennsylvania and expanding its footprint in the commonwealth.  This project will create at least 138 new, full-time jobs and will position the company for future growth in the state.

“Knoll’s move and expansion plans demonstrate its continuing commitment to maintaining a presence in our commonwealth,” Gov. Wolf said.  “I’m pleased that Knoll has recognized the talent that our workforce has to offer and has chosen to continue its growth in Pennsylvania.”

Knoll is taking a three-step relocation approach in its expansion effort, which was initiated in 2020 and is continuing through 2021.  First, the company has relocated its textile team from East Greenville to a new 57,000-square-foot facility in Quakertown.  Next, the company has relocated a manufacturing line from its Michigan facility to its East Greenville facility.  Finally, it will relocate and expand its Allentown mixing center facility to a site close to the East Greenville location. 

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