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OX Industries Supports New Manufacturing Initiative for Conewago Valley School District

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release
January 11, 2019

HANOVER, PA, JANUARY 11, 2019 – Ox Industries took part in the recent groundbreaking of the Colonial Manufacturing project at Conewago Valley School District New Oxford Senior High School. The Colonial Manufacturing project, which is part of the District’s Road to Relevance Initiative, will be a major upgrade to the school district’s technical education department. The goal of Colonial Manufacturing is to graduate students with a high level of technical skill and ability to move from high school directly into the manufacturing world.

Ox has a long history of partnering with New Oxford graduates that choose a different path than a four-year degree-post graduation option. Ox has committed $250,000 to the program and plans on continuing their long-term support to the Conewago Valley School District and community.

People at Groundbreaking
Pictured far left: Ox Industries CEO, Kevin Hayward with his wife Krista during groundbreaking of Colonial Manufacturing Project.

 

Huge check being presented
Kevin Hayward, CEO of OX Industries presents Conewago Valley School District with $250,000 check to support their Colonial Manufacturing Project.

 

About OX Industries:
Headquartered in Hanover, PA, OX Industries is a vertically integrated manufacturer of 100% recycled paperboard, tubes & cores, and edge protective products. OX is a leader in the uncoated paperboard industry with a capacity to produce over 150,000 tons annually, saving over 450,000yd3 of waste paper from landfills.

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