Pharmaceutical and cosmetic packaging company relocating facility to Huntersville


Picture courtesy of Lake Norman Economic Development and Insight Architects


Huntersville, N.C. March 5, 2019 – Pester Pac Automation, a packaging company for the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry, is relocating its New Jersey facility to Huntersville. The company purchased just under 10 acres in The Park – Huntersville and is planning to build a 20,000 square foot facility.

“We are very confident in our decision to relocate to Huntersville, North Carolina,” said Pester Pac Automation Vice President Ryan Braun. “This area stood out not only because it fits our company culture, but it is a place where we will be able to establish our own identity.”

Pester Pac Automation is a family-owned company that was founded in 1888 in eastern Germany. To this day, the company has 700+ employees, eight subsidiaries and 35 representatives in 80 countries.

“The Lake Norman area has a large international presence and adding a Pester Pac Automation is a big win for our community,” said Ryan McDaniels, Executive Director of Lake Norman Economic Development.

Pester Pac Automation is ranked among the leading companies in its sector. Eighty percent of top pharmaceutical and cosmetics companies rely on Pester technology. The company prides themselves on its technology inspired packaging with machines that convince on account of their superior quality, outstanding performance and economic life cycle costs.

“We are excited to welcome Pester to Huntersville,” said Huntersville Mayor John Anaralla. “The company is bringing 20 new, quality jobs to our area and I look forward to the impact Pester will make on our community.” Pester has selected Insight Architecture as the project architecture firm.

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Author: Niakeya James