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Air Filter Manufacturer to Create 120 Jobs in Pittsburgh Region

From Alabama to New Kensington, FilterBuy is expanding in the Pittsburgh region. The air filter manufacturer will create 120 new jobs at a 137,000-square-foot facility in New Kensington as a part of its $2.15 million expansion into Westmoreland County

Demand has risen for quality air filters through the COVID-19 pandemic, and the company’s USA-made filters match hospital-grade efficacy standards. With its strategic location in New Kensington, the direct-to-consumer air filter manufacturer will increase its one-day delivery footprint. 

“We welcome [FilterBuy] and are excited about how the region, a burgeoning distribution and logistics hub, will be integral to the company’s growth and continued success,” said Mark Anthony Thomas, president of the Pittsburgh Regional Alliance. 

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Summer Fowler, Chief Information Officer, Argo AI

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Building a Self-Driving Future the World Can Trust

In the development of autonomous vehicle technology, safety and trust are some of the most crucial elements. The technology is challenging, sure, but the even greater challenge is gaining the trust of the entire community.

Summer Fowler finds herself immersed in the concept of trust in her job as the Chief Information Officer at Argo AI, the self-driving technology company headquartered in Pittsburgh’s Strip District. 

There are hundreds of engineers working to make Argo’s self-driving technology a reality and achieve the goal of making movement around cities safer, easier, and more enjoyable for everyone. Ultimately, success depends on developing self-driving vehicles that are safe, provide a compelling experience, and are accepted and trusted by society.

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Pittsburgh is a great combo of talent, a biotech community and a quality of life that allows Krystal Biotech to attract really smart people who want to work on a great cause.

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