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Trans-Cycle Industries of Ohio Expands its Headquarters, Boosts Recycling Capacity

Eco-friendly, family-owned TCI of Ohio will add square footage and invest in M&E to support process and warehouse inventory
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Company Name: Trans-Cycle Industries of Ohio LLC
Location: Columbus
Industry Sector: Advanced Manufacturing
Company Profile: Trans-Cycle Industries (TCI) of Ohio is one of the members of the G&S Family of businesses, all devoted to the environmentally safe processing and recycling of transformers and other oil-filled electrical equipment, and the safe processing and re-use of electrical oils. Through its innovative and environmentally focused approach, more than 99% of the material processed by TCI of Ohio is salvaged for beneficial re-use rather than landfilled.
Company Website: www.tciohio.com 

Project Summary:

  • Type of Project: Expansion
  • Jobs:
    • Jobs committed: 15
    • Jobs retained: 43
  • Capital Investment: $2 million

Company Need:

Established in 2006, Trans-Cycle Industries (TCI) of Ohio is a family-owned, eco-friendly company.

TCI of Ohio needed to handle increased demand, including the expansion of its headquarters, to include added square footage to support process and warehouse inventory to boost recycling capacity.

Testimonial:

“Since our market entry in 2017, TCI of Ohio has seen rapid success and growing contracts. This larger facility will help realize our growth plans to expand our capabilities in the Central Ohio market. We look forward to deepening our relationship with the Richwood community.” – George Jackson, owner, TCI of Ohio

Why Ohio?

TCI of Ohio will grow its headquarters in Richwood, Ohio.

Ohio’s manufacturing industry is one of the largest industries in the state. The industry’s size and generations of manufacturing leadership give companies the confidence that everything they need to prosper is in Ohio.

In addition to acquiring the new building and making improvements at its current facility, the company’s investment will also be used toward machinery and equipment.

Collaborators:

One Columbus, JobsOhio and the city of Richwood