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Picking up steam: Procter & Gamble assembly moves forward


The Journal

Vicky Valentine, operations plant technician, monitors machinery during production of Bounce unscented dryer sheets at the Procter & Gamble manufacturing plant at Tabler Station Industrial Park Tuesday.
(Journal photo by Ron Agnir)

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Procter & Gamble’s new Tabler Station factory is already developing a Berkeley County character to it, based on an ample number of workers who hail from the area assembling the company’s Bounce dryer sheet line.

A handful of employees currently working on P&G’s Bounce production line hail from sections of Berkeley County, said Jeff LeRoy, director of communications for P&G.

One of those local workers is Stephanie Reel, line shift leader who lives in Bunker Hill. Reel, who joined P&G in February 2017 after working as a vice president at a production yard, noted a big change in coming to P&G.

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