A health and beauty company will relocate its headquarters and manufacturing operations from New Jersey to Forks Township, Northampton County, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Thursday.

A.P. Deauville, which makes Power Stick anti-perspirant, body wash, body sprays and men’s grooming products, is expected to invest $16.7 million and create 105 new jobs.

"The Lehigh Valley is a region historically known for its manufacturing strength and we are pleased that A.P. Deauville is relocating its operations here," Wolf said. "The need for A.P. Deauville to more than double its production space to keep up with consumer demand is a testament to the company’s growth, and it will result in a significant and long-term investment and 105 new well-paying manufacturing jobs for Pennsylvanians."

"A.P. Deauville is excited to start the next phase of growth in Pennsylvania and could not have made this move without the help of the Governor’s Action Team, which helped us secure significant statewide tax incentives and grants that made it a very easy decision for us to relocate to Pennsylvania," said A.P. Deauville CEO Frederick Horowitz. "We look forward to creating manufacturing jobs in a great state where business is welcomed as a productive partner of government and a positive member of the community."

A.P. Deauville received a funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development for a $250,000 Pennsylvania First grant to be distributed upon the creation of the new jobs and $50,000 in funding for job training.