Governor Wolf Tours Universal Pasteurization Company and PRA Health Sciences on “Jobs that Pay” Tour Stops

first_imgGovernor Wolf Tours Universal Pasteurization Company and PRA Health Sciences on “Jobs that Pay” Tour Stops January 04, 2016 Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf made two “Jobs that Pay” tour stops. Both the Universal Pasteurization Company and PRA Health Sciences are Governor’s Action Team (GAT) projects. The Governor’s Action Team is a group of experienced economic development professionals that serve as a single point of contact for companies looking to establish new business operations in Pennsylvania or companies considering retention and/or expansion of existing Pennsylvania operations.In April, Governor Tom Wolf announced that Universal Pasteurization Company, LLC, (“Universal Pasteurization” and “UPC”), a provider of high pressure processing (HPP) and cold storage services to domestic food manufacturers, would establish a facility in East Whiteland Township, Chester County — a move that will create more than 50 new jobs.“The creation of over 50 new jobs for this area represents progress in the type of pro-business and pro-manufacturing climate we are working to create and continue in Pennsylvania,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “It showcases what happens when government works with the private sector to support robust business growth.”Universal Pasteurization entered into a lease of a 170,000-square-foot facility located at 8 Lee Boulevard, which Governor Wolf toured today. The company received a funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development, including $102,000 in job creation tax credits and a $22,950 WEDnetPA grant to train its workforce.PRA Health Sciences, a leading global contract research organization (CRO), strives to move drug discovery forward, helping to develop life-saving and life-improving drugs. PRA has more than 11,000 employees working in more than 80 countries providing comprehensive clinical development services across all phases.PRA Health Sciences is expanding its presence in Pennsylvania. Employees recently relocated from Horsham and Fort Washington facilities to PRA’s new modern Class A+ office space in Blue Bell, now the company’s largest office worldwide.  PRA currently has more than 1,000 employees in Pennsylvania and is looking to add additional staff. To date, PRA has invested nearly $4 million dollars in the Blue Bell expansion project.“I’m excited to celebrate this growth of new jobs and growth of Pennsylvania’s economy,” said Governor Wolf. “The life science industry is a major driver of economic growth for the commonwealth and we’re all witnesses to this today with PRA’s expansion project.”The project is expected to create at least 250 new full-time jobs by the end of 2016, and will retain 1,150 existing employees. The facility includes state-of-the-art shared tenant conference space, staff workplace benefits, and a fitness center. With 148,000 square feet the building can accommodate approximately 860 PRA employees.The company received a $750,000 Pennsylvania First grant, $750,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits, and a $112,500 WEDnetPA grant from the Department of Community and Economic Development.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Indian Premier League MS Dhoni reveals his success of mantra wicketkeeping and death overs batting

first_imgMS Dhoni blasted 44 off 22 balls in the game against Delhi Capitals.Chennai Super Kings are virtually assured of a top-two finish.Chennai Super Kings will now take on Kings XI Punjab in their last league game. For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: MS Dhoni’s superman like-exhibition with the bat and behind the stumps during Chennai Super Kings’ 80-run win against the Delhi Capitals at the MA Chidambaram stadium on Wednesday showed his brilliance. Dhoni blasted 44 off 22, including four boundaries and three sixes and shared partnerships of 43 and 34 with Ravindra Jadeja and Ambati Rayudu in the death overs to boost Chennai Super Kings to a big total. In Delhi Capitals’ chase, Dhoni effected two stumpings and took a catch as Delhi Capitals stumbled to their heaviest loss in the IPL 2019 season. Dhoni was named the Man of the Match for his exploits and he revealed his success mantra in the post-match presentation.When it came to his wicketkeeping, Dhoni said, “I think it’s something that’s come from tennis ball cricket. But you still have to do the basics and graduate to that level. If you want to keep like that you can make mistakes; so I still think basics are most important.” On his batting, Dhoni remarked, “Watch the ball, hit the ball. You’ve spent time, you know the variations. By the 20th over you’re almost ready and you swing at everything. It’s easier for somebody who has played 10-15 deliveries than someone who has just come in.” highlights Speaking about Dhoni’s abilities, Ravindra Jadeja, who picked up 3/9 in his three overs emphatically said, “In one word, MS Dhoni is a genius.”This was the last league game at the MA Chidambaram stadium and with the first qualifier being held here, the Chennai Super Kings players decided to do a lap of honour around the stadium to thank their fans for their support. Dhoni said he was overwhelmed by the love he got from the people of Tamil Nadu“I thought they will retain me. I will have to go and talk to the owners, ask if I will get retained or not. But I am not going to tell the trade secret. I have always said it’s very special to get that kind of a nickname. It’s a big nickname that they have given me. It feels really special. I didn’t realize that it was part of the first CSK song. The way I got accepted and the whole of Tamil Nadu — don’t call my name, they call me ‘Thala’. It’s very nice and they have always supported not only me but the whole team,” Dhoni said.With Chennai Super Kings virtually assured of a top-two spot, they take on Kings XI Punjab in their last league game at Mohali while Delhi Capitals will take on Rajasthan Royals in their last league game.last_img read more

Jose stars in Netflix doc & jokes ‘don’t tell Amazon’ amid Spurs deal

first_imgJOSE MOURINHO is to star in a Netflix documentary about football coaching – but has joked he needs to keep it schtum from rivals Amazon due to Spurs’ £10million “fly-on-the-ball” documentary.The Portuguese laughed off the rivalry, saying that “Amazon cannot know” after it emerged that his series will go up against the programme which has been filmed at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and training ground since the summer.2 Jose Mourinho will go head-to-head with Spurs as his coaching programme will be shown on Netflix, rivalling the club’s deal with AmazonCredit: Getty Images – GettyMourinho said: “I’m doing an episode for Netflix, it’s true.”Eight coaches of eight different sports. I’ve filmed it already, I don’t know when it comes out. My part is done.”There are coaches from NBA, Formula 1, tennis, NFL, rugby.”But the Amazon guys, they cannot know.”Amazon is set to show the Tottenham documentary next year.And, after the sacking of boss Mauricio Pochettino, it should make a riveting watch.Spurs chief Daniel Levy secured a £10m deal to allow Amazon’s cameras access to the stadium, training ground and behind-the-scenes.It follows the success of Manchester City’s Amazon series All or Nothing: Manchester City.This one will be different to City’s story as there will be more focus on the building and completion of Tottenham’s £1billion state-of-the-art new stadium.2It highlights the construction’s impact on the local community in Haringey and the club’s unique link-up with the NFL.Two American Football matches will be staged at the club each year for the next ten years.The club has a special gridiron pitch which replaces the grass one used for football matches.Five cameras were installed in Pochettino’s office, so have now been filming Mourinho’s every-day movements and discussions over the last few weeks.Jose Mourinho says Manchester United is in his history book as Spurs prepare to take on the Red Devilslast_img read more