Flat-packed furniture maker Home Reserve expands with help of loan, adds 85 jobs
June 4, 2021 | 11:33 am CDT
Home Reserve's furniture is flat-packed and ready to assemble.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Indiana-based furniture maker Home Reserve has received a low-interest $740,000 loan to expand operations at its facility in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

The loan, awarded by the state, will allow the company to buy woodworking, textile, foam blowing, and packaging machinery. Home Reserve manufacturers flat-packed, ready-to-assemble furniture. 

The expansion will create 85 jobs over three years.

“These businesses are taking major steps to advance and grow in the commonwealth while continuing to serve consumers," said Governor Tom Wolf. "This funding provides crucial assistance in supporting their respective projects throughout their expansions, bringing dozens of new jobs and new opportunities to local communities."


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