Visiting Precision Custom Component

As Chairman-designate of the Joint Economic Committee, I will travel the Commonwealth to listen to what Pennsylvanians believe are the best policies to create jobs and spur economic growth.

This past Monday, I had the opportunity to visit with Precision Custom Component (PCC) in South Central Pennsylvania. Located in York, PCC is a manufacturing company that has more than doubled its workforce in the past six years. PCC was recently recognized the Central Penn Business Journal as the Best Business of the Year and one of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in Pennsylvania.

The visit to PCC allowed me to highlight the innovation and ingenuity that can be found within Pennsylvania’s manufacturing sector. The strength of Pennsylvania’s manufacturing industry plays a vital role in the economic sustainability of the Commonwealth. My main priority as the incoming Chairman of the Joint Economic Committee is to review policies on how to create jobs.

I will utilize my visit with PCC and upcoming visits with constituents throughout the Commonwealth to examine successful policies that will help foster job creation and drive economic growth in Pennsylvania and across the United States.