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Crozier Welding Grows in Ohio to Support Nearby Oil and Gas Industry

A JobsOhio Grant will help the company expand and improve logistical efficiencies
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Company Name: Crozier Welding LLC
Location: Coshocton
Industry Sector: Energy and Chemicals
Company Profile: Located in Coshocton, Ohio since 1980, the company has grown from high pressure pipeline welding and fabrication into being a key equipment supplier to some of the country’s largest oil and gas producers.
Company Website: https://www.crozierwelding.com/ 

Project Summary:

  • Type of Project: Expansion
  • Jobs:
    • Jobs committed: 15
    • Jobs retained: 30
  • Capital Investment: $2.5 million

Company Need:

Crozier Welding has been manufacturing high quality equipment to oil and gas producers for the past 40 years from the company’s facility in Coshocton. In order to position the company for future growth and increased productivity, the company sought options.

Testimonial:

“We continually strive to make a positive impact in the industry as well as our community. This investment positions Crozier Welding for future growth and increased productivity.” – Bob Crozier, owner, Crozier Welding 

Why Ohio?

Crozier Welding will relocate to a larger facility in order to improve logistical efficiencies and allow for company expansion. Crozier plans to invest $2.5 million and create 15-25 jobs. A JobsOhio Grant to assist with the funding of the project.

Ohio’s energy industry has attracted many shale investments as the state sits atop the Utica and Marcellus shale formations which have accounted for 85% of U.S. shale gas production growth since the start of 2011. These shale plays contain large amounts of natural gas, natural gas liquids and crude oils. By growing in the region, Crozier can further support the large Marcellus, Upper Devonian & Utica Natural Gas Wet/Dry & Oil producers.

Collaborators:

Ohio Southeast, Coshocton Port Authority and JobsOhio