Ohio investment will help company better serve aerospace and defense clients
Resonant Sciences began in the Dayton region five years ago. Since then, the company has grown to almost 50 employees and is looking to continue its growth in the state. This growth will allow the company to further serve the aerospace, aviation and defense industries.
The new $128 million lab will be close to clients and resources to build a strong talent pool
Precision Castparts Corp. (PCC), a global manufacturer of complex metal components and products for critical aerospace and industrial markets, is investing $128 million in a new 31-acre R&D and manufacturing campus in Ohio. Business and economic development partnerships as well as proximity to multiple clients and commercial diverse engineering firms created the ideal environment for the company to test a new integration model.
Company will construct a second facility adjacent to its existing Elyria location
Hydro-Aire Inc. — a division of Crane Aerospace & Electronics — has been doing business in Elyria for more than 100 years. At capacity in its current facility, the company is adding a second building to grow its product lines.
Aerospace and defense component manufacturer’s new facility will use state-of-the-art automation
To meet new market opportunities, Consolidated Precision Products needed to construct a new advanced manufacturing facility for aerospace and defense customers using state-of-the-art robotic and automation technology to produce in-demand products at competitive market prices.
Aerospace manufacturer will relocate to a larger and modern plant in Berea
Voss Industries is one of the world’s leading suppliers of highly engineered products for a wide array of industries, particularly aerospace. Increased demand meant the company needed to find a larger and modern space for long-term growth in Ohio. In its search, Voss found the right location in Northeast Ohio to handle the expanding company and retain and grow its talented workforce.
Investment opens door for technology innovation in Highland Heights, Ohio
As pressure from international competitors closed in on COTSWORKS, the company began seeking ways to build an R&D center. With support from a JobsOhio R&D Center Grant, COTSWORKS will establish its Fiber Optic Research Center of Excellence, or FORCE, which will be dedicated to aerospace optoelectronics. This facility will grow Northeast Ohio’s high-tech manufacturing capability and workforce and enable the company to better serve customers such as Boeing and Lockheed Martin.