The governor recently approved a low-interest Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority loan for a Newtown businesses.
The Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority loans are used to support small businesses and established companies that are investing in their growth.
From the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority:
Tyger Scientific, Inc. was approved for a $400,000, 12-year term loan at a 2 percent fixed rate through Bucks County Economic Development Corporation to assist in the acquisition and renovation of a 5,000-square-foot facility and the purchase of machinery and equipment on Walker Way in Newtown Township. This project is part of the company’s expansion of their research and development operations from New Jersey. Tyger Scientific concentrates in custom research, development and manufacturing of chemical compounds. The company has committed to retaining eight full-time jobs as a result of this project.
“When we offer fiscally responsible support for small businesses and established companies alike in the private sector, we enrich economic opportunity for all Pennsylvanians,” Gov. Tom Wolf said.
Wolf approved loans for 23 small business projects in 13 counties. State officials said they will help create nearly 400 new jobs within three years.