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.
Print-on-demand company grows to accommodate the needs of the rapidly expanding e-commerce industry
Stakes Manufacturing, a digital print-on-demand company specializing in the printing and fulfillment of premium apparel for the sports, entertainment, and retail markets, is expanding in Northeast Ohio to meet the needs of the rapidly expanding e-commerce industry.
JobsOhio Revitalization Grant supports company’s e-commerce-driven growth
Lewco, Inc., a world-class manufacturer of industrial ovens and unit handling conveyors, has experienced significant growth driven by e-commerce. The company will grow in Northwest Ohio, where it was founded, using a JobsOhio Revitalization Grant to redevelop an older property.
Funding will support the company’s investment in equipment to improve automation and productivity to drive future growth
Schaad and Sons, a manufacturer of custom architectural woodwork and cabinets plans to invest over $150,000 to achieve growth goals for its products outside of the state of Ohio in both residential and commercial markets. The JobsOhio Inclusion Grant, which supports underrepresented communities and businesses, will help make the company’s growth possible.
AddUp, Inc chooses Ohio for its centralized operations and North American Headquarters
AddUp, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of AddUp, a global manufacturer of metal 3D printing equipment and supplier of 3D printed parts, will establish its North American headquarters in Blue Ash, Ohio, at the current location of AddUp’s other U.S. subsidiary, BeAM, Inc.
Eco-friendly, family-owned TCI of Ohio will add square footage and invest in M&E to support process and warehouse inventory
Established in 2006, Trans-Cycle Industries (TCI) of Ohio is a family-owned one-stop management solution for the recycling and disposal of transformers and other oil-filled electrical equipment. “Since our market entry in 2017, TCI of Ohio has seen rapid success and growing contracts,” said TCI of Ohio Owner George Jackson. Added square footage to its headquarters in Columbus will help the company meet the rising demand for its services.
Saica will construct a new, state-of-the-art corrugated manufacturing facility near Cincinnati
Spain-based Saica Group is a world leader in the manufacture of high quality, efficient and environmentally responsible packaging materials. Until now, the company had yet to establish operations in North America. Saica will construct a new, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Ohio under its subsidiary name, Origin Venture.
Quality workforce and manufacturing expertise drive window and door manufacturer to invest in Ohio
Pella Corporation will establish a new manufacturing facility in Ohio to serve as a hub for customers in the eastern region of the United States. Pella will occupy an existing 324,000-square-foot space in Troy, Ohio where it will house the production of vinyl windows and doors.