Transcendia, Inc. Expands Manufacturing Operations in Ohio
Expansion will support growth with existing customers and opportunities in new sectors
Company Name: Transcendia, Inc.
Industry Sector: Advanced Manufacturing
Company Profile: Founded in 1931, Transcendia offers top-of-the-line products in liquid coating, extrusion coating, sheet and film extrusion, specialized compounding, magnetic striping, security holograms and specialty printable plastics to wide range of industries. With 18 facilities worldwide, its global customer base has come to rely on Transcendia’s quick, convenient service and wide-ranging selection of top brands, all delivered with a 98% on-time rate.
Type of Project: Expansion
- Jobs committed: 36
- Jobs retained: 90
- Types of jobs: Machine operators, maintenance technicians, supervisors, material handlers and other roles.
Capital Investment: $41,000,000
Transcendia wanted to pursue major growth opportunities with existing customers and begin serving the healthcare and food and beverage sectors. In order for Transcendia to address those opportunities it sought to build a new manufacturing facility and with adequate its equipment.
By increasing our manufacturing presence in Union Township, we’re becoming a more competitive force in the barrier film market. Investing in new production capabilities gives us more resources to serve our existing customers in new applications and pursue opportunities with new customers who utilize barrier films.
- Tim Thompson -
Transcendia will expand its facility in Hebron, Ohio with the state’s manufacturing industry playing a role in the decision.
Advanced manufacturing operations have been a staple of Ohio’s economy for generations. The state is home to the third largest manufacturing workforce in the U.S. In Ohio, companies can connect to all elements of the supply chain easily, quickly and cost-effectively via one of the best transportation systems in the U.S.
Transcendia is putting its investment towards construction, machinery and equipment.
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