Mayor Dana L. Redd today issued the following statement regarding the New Jersey Economic Development Authority Board (NJEDA) approving incentives for the relocation of Pennsauken based, Contemporary Graphics and Bindery, Inc., under the Grow NJ Program. The Grow NJ Program is one of the incentives offered as part of the Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 (EOA).
“This is yet another example that Camden is a solid investment and a great place to do business,” Mayor Redd said. “The EOA has allowed places like Camden and other throughout the state to be competitive and create much needed jobs. This project represents yet another significant step forward for our City. I thank Tim Moreton and Contemporary Graphic for choosing Camden and look forward to a prosperous future.”
Contemporary Graphics and Bindery, Inc., where formed in 1988, is an FDA approved manufacturer of pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical packaging, whose operations include design, printing and finishing. Today’s approval, will enable Contemporary Graphic to bring 226 full time jobs to a 124,700 SF manufacturing facility on the 1200 block of Ferry Avenue.
“We are profoundly grateful to the State of New Jersey and the Economic Development Authority for their recent award from the Grow NJ Program,” Contemporary Graphic President Tim Moreton said. “This award will enable us to remain in New Jersey and relocate our facility to the City of Camden. Our investment in Camden includes the creation of our technology center. We are looking forward to many years of growth and job creation which will benefit our company, the State and the residents of Camden.”