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Diverse Manufacturing Sectors in Warren County

Warren County’s manufacturing base reflects both traditional industries that have sustained the county for more than a century, as well as newer sectors that reflect the influence of technology, health care, and advanced materials.

Today, manufacturing sectors including medical devices, pulp and paper, mining, technical materials, and semiconductors all have an impact on the Warren County economy.

Medical Devices

A rapidly-expanding biomedical device cluster—including AngioDynamics and C. R. Bard—employs approximately 2,000 trained workers in several businesses. With its origins in a catheter manufacturing enterprise that took shape in the 1940s, there are now two generations of a highly skilled medical device labor force supporting this medical device niche in Warren County.

Pulp and Paper

Finch Paper, a leader in the pulp and paper industry employing 617 people in its production of high-quality paper for offset and digital presses, is known for its innovations in responsible forestry, odor-free pulping, and just-in-time papermaking.

Finch Paper boosts margins with new products, leadership (2.10.2015)
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