LIVINGSTON – Livingston’s Printing For Less (PFL) held a ceremonial groundbreaking event Friday for its new 55,000-square-foot digital printing and fulfillment center.
The company plans to add 100 new employees once the new center is complete. Just this past year it added 80 new positions at its Livingston location.
“We’re obviously optimistic about our own future because we’re investing millions in a new facility,” said PFL Founder and CEO Andrew Fields.
PFL currently employs just under 300 people at its Livingston location who produce printed orders off their online site or work with customers on creating automated marketing materials.
Fields attributes the expansion on a strong economy that’s favorable for new investment. He says it can be in part attributed to tax cuts recently approved at the federal level.
US Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) attended the groundbreaking and spoke about the importance of growing the workforce in Montana to compete globally while retaining a connection to the state.
“Montana employees work hard. They’re working in a global business that is growing quickly and I’m just proud of what they do here,” said Sen. Daines. “It’s just an example of Montana now, because of technology it’s removed geography as a restraint. It now becomes a tremendous asset for us because we get to work where we also like to play.”
PFL has been in operation since 1999.