Decision-makers cite logistics and the availability of talent for growth in Ohio
Superior Roll Forming, a leading supplier for the automotive, aerospace, construction, and solar industries, is growing in Ohio. Superior plans to add 150 new jobs, while retaining more than 220 current positions. The company is renovating a building to house its new workforce near its current facility.
Techmetals will also build its Nadcap-accredited aviation and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Repair Station base
Techmetals is a metal finisher, plater, and industrial coatings manufacturer with solutions and services that can increase the life and performance of critical equipment and processes. Techmetals will expand manufacturing operations and add $1 million in new equipment to its Dayton facility.
Company invests in Ohio to increase production for its eco-friendly products as more consumers drink more beverages at home amid pandemic
Ardagh Metal Beverage USA Inc. is experiencing an increased demand for its eco-friendly aluminum cans, accelerated by consumers drinking more beverages from home. Ardagh Metal Beverage plans to build onto an existing building in Northeast Ohio to accommodate growth.
The state’s manufacturing talent pool, logistics, and business-friendly environment played key roles.
KyotoCooling, a leading provider of water-free cooling technology for data centers around the world, has opened a new manufacturing facility in Northeast Ohio. KyotoCooling considered other locations for its new facility but found that the Ohio had offered the greatest benefits to its manufacturing operations.
Thomas Steel Strip, a subdivision of Tata Steel, sees great opportunity for the rechargeable battery market, as electric vehicles gain popularity and homes become more reliant on sustainable power sources. To do so, it will invest in Northeast Ohio, a growing electric vehicle hub, to set itself up for success as it enters the rechargeable battery market.
Company brings manufacturing production back to the U.S. following an increased demand for its products
CeramFab/WYG Refractories – makers of ceramic fiber materials and refractory brick for the steel, aluminum, foundry, appliance, HVAC, and other industries – has announced plans to add 45 new jobs to its manufacturing and fabricating operations in East Palestine. The growth is the result of the company’s strategic plan to onshore production of several high demand products.
The investment will add new jobs and give the company additional opportunities to grow its business
Founded in 1967 and headquartered in Southeast Ohio, Petland, Inc. is a global leader in the pet retail industry. Petland plans to expand their footprint in in several different locations. With the support of a JobsOhio Grant, the investment will add new jobs and give the company additional opportunities to expand its business.
Bully Tools plans 60,000 square foot facility expansion for its USA-made products
Founded in 1994, Bully Tools has been proudly producing 100% “Made in the USA” products assembled by American workers at its state-of-the-art facility in Southeast Ohio. The company will add 60,000,000 square feet to meet increased demand with the help of a JobsOhio Grant.
Funding will support the purchase a new CNC machine as well as other machinery and equipment upgrades over the next several years
OCECO, a fabricator of high-quality safety equipment for flammable liquid storage and wastewater gas disposal systems, will make upgrades to its machinery and equipment over that will support increased sales and employment with the help of a JobsOhio Inclusion Grant.
Company will create 60 new jobs over the next three years as part of a $21-million project
Digital Room Inc., the largest upload web-to-print business in North America, will expand its presence in Ohio by opening a new manufacturing facility in Northeast Ohio and creating 60 new jobs over the next three years as part of a $21-million project.