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Trenton Pressing Breaks Ground on $10M Expansion

Photo by Lydia Berglar

PROJECT HIGHLAND REVEALED: For multiple months, the Industrial Development Authority has discussed Project Highland. The project was recently revealed to be a $10 million, 105,000 square-foot expansion of Trenton Pressing. A groundbreaking ceremony took place on April 6 during which Mike Pfunder (owner) shared the success story of the company, explaining that they chose the name Trenton Pressing because of their heart for the community. The company describes their services as “automatic and hand metal stamping, welding, engineering, product assembly and more.” Their customers include BMW, Club Car, and ZF. The expansion will add 20 jobs to the company’s current 220 employees. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2023.

During the groundbreaking ceremony, employees and guests heard from Mike Pfunder (Trenton Pressing owner), his son Hans Pfunder (Trenton Pressing chief operating officer), IDA Executive Director Evan Stone, Mayor Alex Case, County Executive Ted Rumley, Jeff Mullis (president and CEO of Northwest Georgia Joint Development Authority), and Mike Cameron (Georgia State Representative). Pictured above, Pfunder revealed the building plans, saying, “Once it is built, this building will be here for 100 years.

Photo by Lydia Berglar

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