Glatfelter is headed for Wall Street to celebrate its 150th anniversary.

Executives of the York-based paper manufacturer on Monday will ring the closing bell at New York Stock Exchange.

Founded in 1864, the company has executive offices downtown and a paper mill in Spring Grove. Glatfelter's product lineup has grown to include tea bags, single-serve coffee filters, nonwoven wallcovering, feminine products and more.

"By innovating and adapting to the changing marketplace, we are able to successfully compete in a more dynamic world economy that benefits not only our shareholders but all stakeholders," CEO Dante Parrini said in a press release.

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