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PCI Invests in Rockford Facilities

July 10, 2013

To add equipment, infrastructure, and employees

Packaging Coordinators, Inc. (PCI), formerly AndersonBrecon, is further investing in its Rockford, IL facilities, adding equipment capacity, facilities infrastructure, and employees. PCI has hired approximately 160 associates since January of 2012, including hourly, skilled labor, as well as management.
 
The company is also expanding its machine capacity, warehousing, and facilities infrastructure, including multiple blister packaging and bottling lines for prescription and OTC pharmaceuticals. PCI is investing to support commercial biotech medicines and clinical medicines and has expanded on-site refrigerated cold chain storage capacity at 2° to 8° Celsius, -20° Celsius, and -80° Celsius.
 
PCI operates nine facilities in Rockford totaling more than one million sq. ft. and employing more than 1,300 associates. PCI is owned by affiliates of investor Frazier Healthcare.

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