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EAM-Mosca expands Pennsylvania headquarters: Boosting growth and pioneering new innovations

By Commha Consulting GmbH & Co. KG   


Campus in Hazle Township expanded by 11,000 square metres

Waldbrunn, May 27, 2024 – The Mosca Group opens a new chapter at its U.S. site in Hazle Township. The company has renovated the headquarters of its subsidiary, EAM-Mosca, and expanded its campus in Pennsylvania (USA) by approximately 11,000 square metres. With this investment, the Mosca Group continues to drive its growth and creates new capacity for innovation.

The headquarter of Mosca subsidiary EAM-Mosca in Hazle Township, PA now features a newly renovated building, new office spaces and roughly 24,000 square metres of production space. In the future, the headquarters will be responsible for strapping machines, straps, and spare parts, as well as services in the U.S.A., Latin America, and the Caribbean.

“With the expanded headquarters, we are not only positioning EAM-Mosca for the future, but are also growing as the entire Mosca Group,” explains Timo Mosca, CEO of the Mosca Group. “The expansion enables us to meet the steadily increasing customer demand onsite and creates space for new innovations at the same time.” The opening was attended by the CEOs, Timo and Simone Mosca and Alfred Kugler. Christian Wiethuechter (President and CEO of EAM-Mosca) also came to see the results of the renovation of the building on the former neighbouring property.


$9 million renovation project expands production and office space

The renovated building now offers modern, open office spaces and the first showroom in the Americas. Here, machines developed and produced by Mosca can be exhibited, allowing customers to get a first-hand impression during live showings.

The production area in Hazel Township has also been significantly expanded. EAM-Mosca now assembles strapping machines, produces straps, and develops custom machines on request in a space of approximately 24,000 square metres. In the new Center of Excellence for Machine Development, the company is researching and developing further innovative solutions for the end of the packaging line.

Renovation is part of the larger $20.6 million investment initiative

The expansion of the subsidiary’s headquarters is part of EAM-Mosca’s $20.6 million investment strategy. The strategy also aims to expand the company’s product portfolio, drive automation and digitization, and find and develop young talent.

“With such extensive investment strategies, we are not only promoting the growth of our individual subsidiaries and locations but also enabling further growth throughout our Group,” explains Timo Mosca.

About Mosca GmbH

In line with the company’s Nonstop Performance claim, Mosca offers a comprehensive portfolio of holistic, end-of-line transport packaging solutions that includes strapping machines, stretch wrappers and consumables. From basic standard models to customized special machines and fully automated high-performance systems with digital features, Mosca stands by its customers as a global partner providing extensive services and support ranging from product development to production and maintenance. In Germany, Malaysia and America, Mosca manufactures strapping made from PP, PET or other materials with an ever-higher proportion of recycled content. Founded in 1966, the family-owned company is headquartered in Waldbrunn (Germany) and represented by 27 locations in 19 countries, including six production facilities in Germany, Malaysia, Canada, Spain and the U.S.A. In total, the company has approximately 1,350 employees. For more information, visit


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