Job Creation

Denver, Colorado Secures DISH Expansion With 100 Software Development Jobs

DISH Network is opening a software development office in downtown Denver as part of an expansion of its in-house software development capacity to support products and services including Sling TV, DISH’s live and on-demand Internet TV app.

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DISH Network Headquarters (photo – Leroyky/wikipedia)

The company is transforming approximately 20,000 square feet of space in the historic Grand Central Building into an open work environment. The space will also include a private technology demonstration space to showcase DISH’s technology, products and services.

The company expects to create 100 new software technology jobs at this new Downtown Denver office. Englewood, CO-based DISH Network Corp. (NASDAQ:DISH) was founded in Colorado in 1980, and already has more than 4,000 employees in the state and operates 10 other Colorado locations, including its Douglas County Meridian headquarters.

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said in a release announcing the DISH expansion that “This step not only helps expand their presence, it gives another meaningful boost to Colorado’s thriving tech community as we welcome a new neighbor in downtown Denver.”

Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock added that “DISH is a homegrown company, and it’s very encouraging to see one of our area’s key employers choosing to expand right within the heart of LoDo and our regional transit hub.”

Rob Dravenstott, DISH senior vice president and chief information officer, noted that  “From the heart of the thriving Denver tech community, this office will utilize collaborative software development models to expand our world-class IT group and play an integral role in creating next generation services.”

Tami Door, president and CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP), focused on the economic development impact of DISH’s expansion.

“As one of the largest companies in Colorado and the U.S., DISH’s selection of Downtown Denver as the location to expand its technology products and services perpetuates the brand of our strong culture of innovation and signals the economic vitality of the center city,” said Door. “We are pleased that Downtown Denver will serve as the launch pad for state-of-the-art ideas and products that will benefit consumers across the country.”

DDP creatively plans and manages Downtown Denver economic development to maintain it as the vibrant and economically healthy urban core of the Rocky Mountain Region.

Colorado Technology Association CEO Erik Mitisek likewise noted that “DISH has a world-class tech organization that will lend its expertise and leadership as it expands its relationships into the heart of Denver’s emerging tech community.”

DISH’s new Grand Central office in Downtown Denver is scheduled to be fully operational by June this year.

Phoenix Secures Farmers Insurance Expansion With 1000 New Jobs

Farmers Insurance has made official its plans for a nearly $24 million expansion of its Phoenix operations, including a ramp up of its employee base in Arizona from 500 full-time employees to more than 1,500 employees.

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Farmers Insurance (photo – Parker Knight/flickr)

Supported by $500,000 in Phoenix economic development incentives for workforce training, the company will construct a new building in north Phoenix and triple the number of Farmers positions in the Phoenix area in phases by 2019.

The new employees will be providing operational support for Farmers customers and agents, and members of the Farmers Claims team will also be located in the new facility.

David Travers, chief operations officer for Farmers Insurance, said in a release that “We are thrilled to announce the selection of Phoenix as the location to expand our operational footprint, which will bring hundreds of new jobs to the region and add to the economic vitality of the greater Phoenix community.”

Governor Doug Ducey said in the release that “We thank Farmers Insurance for their commitment to Arizona and look forward to helping them thrive even more in our state.”

Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton added that “Farmers decision to build a new office in north Phoenix — adding more than 1,000 quality professional jobs — is a huge win for our economy and a strong testament to our skilled workforce and collaborative efforts to make our region a perfect choice for expansion or relocation.”

Farmers chose the north Phoenix site for this expansion after a multi-state site selection process. Arizona Commerce Authority President and CEO Sandra Watson noted that “Several other states competed aggressively to win this business, but Arizona’s skilled and abundant workforce, low cost environment and unmatched quality of life for employees could not be beat.”

In order to secure the project, Farmers has been offered up to $500,000 in Phoenix economic development incentives in the form of training funding of up to $1,000 per eligible job created. The first payment begins only after 200 jobs are created.

Chris Camacho, president and CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC), said in the release that “We are excited that Farmers Insurance has chosen to expand their presence in the region, with the announcement of their new operations center in Phoenix.”

Los Angeles, CA-based Farmers Insurance Group serves more than 10 million households with over 19 million individual policies, across all 50 states. The company’s workforce is comprised of approximately 21,000 employees, and its network includes more than 48,000 exclusive and independent agents.

Mississippi Governor Calls Special Session to Consider Incentives For $1.5B Tire Plant and Port Projects With 3500 Jobs

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has called a Special Session of the State Legislature today to consider approval of incentives for two large projects that will bring more than $1.5 billion in capital investments for the state, along with the creation of over 3,500 new jobs.

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The Special Session will consider, among other things, issuance of General Obligation Bonds that will allow the State to provide hundreds of millions in funding as incentives for these two projects.

The Legislature will also be asked to amend the definition of a “Project” under the Mississippi Major Economic Impact Act to include “Certain tire or other rubber or automotive manufacturing plants and their affiliates and to include certain maritime fabrication and assembly facilities.”

The Special Session will also allow the County or Municipality in question to provide local incentives in the form of a Fee-in-Lieu-of-Taxes (FILOT) agreement and by issuing bonds or appropriating funds from their General Fund or through Mississippi economic development loans provided by the MDA.

The tire project, identified only as “Project Potter,” is a $1.45 billion tire manufacturing plant to be located in a western Hinds County megasite, north of I-20 between Clinton and Bolton. Documents filed by the Hinds County Economic Development Authority with the U.S. Corps of Engineers show this to be a 5.2 million-square-foot industrial building and operations center.

According to news reports, this will be a new Continental Tire plant that is expected to create more than 2,500 direct new jobs for Hinds County and Mississippi.

The second project for which incentives will be considered during the Special Session is Topship LLC’s investment of $68 million for the expansion of their Gulfport shipyard with the creation of over 1,000 new jobs in the new inland port at the Port of Gulfport.

As part of a $570 million restoration and expansion project, the Board of Commissioners for the Mississippi State Port Authority (MSPA) had previously approved the purchase of the Huntington Ingalls Gulfport Composite Facility in order to realize a long-range vision for an inland port as an extension of the Port of Gulfport. The 116-acre location increases capacity for the Port by offering additional laydown area, rail access, and barge connections for current and future tenants.

Topship LLC, a subsidiary of Louisiana-based marine transportation solution provider Edison Chouest Offshore, was drawn by this new inland port facility and has executed a lease agreement with the Port. Gary Chouest, CEO of Edison Chouest Offshore, said in a statement at that time that “Development of the Port’s inland port facility, and our long-term lease of the property, provides a unique opportunity to seamlessly link to the development at the restored Port of Gulfport.”

2U Headquarters With 900 New Jobs a Major Victory For Prince George’s County, MD

Educational technology company 2U Inc. (NASDAQ: TWOU) announced the selection of Lanham, MD as the location for its new and expanded headquarters operations.


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The project is supported by $3.5 million in financing provided through the Maryland Economic Development Assistance Authority and Fund (MEDAAF) and Prince George’s County Economic Development Incentive (EDI) Fund.

2U is leasing space at the 325,000-square-foot Harkins Road building in Lanham, relocating its headquarters operations to this location, and plans to create 900 new jobs over the next five years.

2U’s Platform, a fusion of cloud-based software-as-a-service technology and technology-enabled services, has enabled it to partner with leading colleges and universities to deliver the online degree programs. The company, which is already headquartered in Prince George’s County, has grown its workforce over the past five years from 98 to 1,007 employees, including more than 600 employees currently working in Prince George’s County.

2U CEO and co-founder Chip Paucek said in a release that “With the assistance of the Maryland Department of Commerce and Prince George’s County, our new headquarters will support our growth as we continue to acquire new university partners, launch new programs and empower the world’s greatest universities as they build great digital versions of themselves.”

In order to secure the 2U headquarters relocation, the Maryland Department of Commerce is providing a $2 million conditional loan to the company through the Maryland Economic Development Assistance Authority and Fund (MEDAAF) program. Prince George’s County is additionally providing a $1.5 million conditional loan through its Economic Development Incentive (EDI) Fund.

Governor Larry Hogan said in a statement that “Working with 2U and our partners in Prince George’s County, we are proud to support this innovative company’s new headquarters and the creation of hundreds of jobs.”

Apart from 2U’s investment and job creation plans, the project also supports Prince George’s County economic development by diversifying the local economy and creating redevelopment opportunities for the Harkins Road Building.

The 325,000-square-foot property had been lying vacant after CSC vacated it due to the loss of a government contract. 2U’s lease of this space for its headquarters and the new jobs the company is creating will further reduce dependence on government contracts that are under threat due to federal budget cuts.

County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III billed 2U’s decision to relocate to the once vacant Harkins Road building as a major victory for Prince George’s County. “Not only have we successfully retained an award-winning  technology business that is recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the Washington region;  it also supports our TOD (Transit Oriented Development) strategy to expand this type of development at key locations around the County,” added Baker.

Piramal Pharma Injects $10M and 40 New Jobs Into Lexington Through Coldstream Labs

Coldstream Laboratories Inc., formerly a unit of the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, will create 40 new jobs and expand capabilities.

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Piramal Pharma Solutions, which purchased Coldstream Labs a year ago, plans to invest $10 million and expand Coldstream Labs’ manufacturing facility in Lexington, KY.

Governor Matt Bevin said in a release that “On behalf of all Kentuckians, I congratulate and thank Piramal Pharma Solutions and Coldstream for this investment to further strengthen Kentucky’s pharmaceutical industry.”

Coldstream Labs was founded in 1991 as the Center for Pharmaceutical Science & Technology, a unit of the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. In 2007, the college spun it off as Coldstream Labs, a private company owned by the University of Kentucky Research Foundation.

As an independent business, Coldstream Labs gained the ability and technical expertise to manufacture liquid and freeze-dried injectable products. Since the transition to private business, Coldstream has already expanded laboratory and business office facilities and tripled in number of employees.

In January 2015, the Research Foundation sold Coldstream Labs to Piramal Pharma Solutions, the flagship division of the India-based Piramal Group. As a part of Piramal, Coldstream now has access to the financial resources required to expand its facilities in Lexington to continue to meet the needs of its customers.

Vivek Sharma, CEO of Piramal Pharma Solutions, said in the release that since their initial investment, the Kentucky site has demonstrated both leadership and growth, and added that they are pleased to announce this subsequent phase of investment to enhance capability and capacity.

“We appreciate the active support from the State of Kentucky, the local Government, and most importantly, the community, as we continue our growth plans in Lexington,” added Sharma.

The $10 million investment the company is now making in Coldstream Labs is supported by $940,000 in tax incentives preliminarily approved by the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority (KEDFA). This includes $800,000 through the Kentucky Business Investment program and another $140,000 under the Kentucky Enterprise Initiative Act (KEIA). Coldstream Labs can also receive resources from the Kentucky Skills Network.

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray noted that “The excellence of the University of Kentucky Pharmacy program and the brainpower it has brought to Lexington are creating good jobs for our citizens.”

Lexington economic development agency Commerce Lexington Inc. President and CEO Bob Quick, CCE, added that “Foreign direct investment is an important component to economic development, and Coldstream Laboratories is a perfect example of a locally grown company with an international reach.”

Indiana RV Cluster Grows Again With Highland Ridge RV Expansion

The largest cluster of recreation vehicle manufacturing in the United States is expanding once again, this time due to the expansion and job creation plans announced by Highland Ridge RV in Shipshewana, IN.

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Supported by state and local incentives being offered by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) and LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation, the company will invest $5.68 million to construct and equip a 92,000-square-foot facility at its existing Shipshewana campus.

Highland Ridge RV has outgrown its 45,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and plans to break ground on its new operation later this spring. The company, which currently employs more than 330 full-time Indiana associates, expects to create 65 new jobs by 2019 as part of this expansion which will enable it to double production of its Light and Ultra Lite trailers sold in the United States and Canada.

Highland Ridge RV was formed in March 2014 when Jayco, Inc. purchased assets of Open Range RV, which had started manufacturing RVs in 2007. Highland Ridge RV is now a subsidiary of Jayco, Inc., the world’s largest privately-held manufacturer of recreation vehicles.

Governor Mike Pence said in a release that “More than 80 percent of the world’s RVs are made here in Indiana, making us the driving force for RV sales. Thanks to companies like LaGrange County’s Highland Ridge RV, Indiana continues to lead the nation in manufacturing employment as Hoosiers across the state produce goods that power our world.”

According to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, about 81 percent of all RVs shipped each year are produced in Indiana, and total RV shipments are projected to reach 375,100 units in 2016.

Randy Graber, president of Highland Ridge RV, explained that after looking at several other locations outside of Indiana, they chose to stay because of Indiana’s pro-business environment and the cooperation they received from the state, LaGrange County and Shipshewana officials.

“When it came down to making a final decision, we knew that we wanted to stay in LaGrange County due to the highly skilled workforce that possesses a strong work ethic,” added Graber.

IEDC has offered Highland Ridge RV Inc. up to $675,000 in performance-based tax credits tied to the company’s job creation plans. The town of Shipshewana will consider additional incentives at the request of the LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation.

Shipshewana Town Manager Mike Sutter noted that Highland Ridge has been a solid and growing manufacturing partner in Shipshewana. “As important is the fact that Highland Ridge is a division of Jayco, which has historically proven to be a cooperative and collaborative community partner. That kind of relationship between Highland Ridge/Jayco and the town of Shipshewana will spell success for both partners,” added Sutter.

ReCharge NY Economic Development Program Impact – 400,948 Jobs and $33.2B Investment

The ReCharge NY program, which makes use of low-cost power from the New York Power Authority to spur economic development, has crossed the major milestone of supporting 400,000 jobs in the five years since it was launched.

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The total figure of 400,948 supported jobs includes 14,943 job creation commitments and 386,005 jobs retained.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that as of December 1, 2015, NYPA has awarded ReCharge NY power to 741 business operations (including 71 not-for-profit enterprises), in the process supporting 400,948 jobs and $33.2 billion in commitments for new capital investment.

Prominent companies that have received ReCharge NY allocations for their facilities and projects in New York State include Lockheed Martin in Owego; Bausch & Lomb in Rochester; NBC in New York City; and Ford Motor Co. in Buffalo. Hospitals that have also lowered their energy costs through ReCharge NY include the Niagara Falls Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, Nassau County.

The Governor said in a release that through ReCharge NY, they’re making it cheaper for businesses to compete, grow and ultimately thrive in New York State. “ReCharge NY is having a profound impact throughout the entire state, and I look forward to seeing the results continue to grow for years to come,” added Gov. Cuomo.

ReCharge NY’s 910 MegaWatts (MW) of electric power includes 455 MW of NYPA hydropower and 455 MW of market power procured by NYPA. The program is open to both businesses and non-profit organizations, and allocations are made through a competitive application process.

In addition to jobs and capital investments, New York economic development projects seeking low-cost power through ReCharge NY as incentives are evaluated on a range of local, regional and sustainability criteria. This includes the applicant’s commitment to energy efficiency, the significance of the applicant’s facility to the local economy, and the extent an allocation would be consistent with existing regional economic development strategies.

NYPA, which administers the ReCharge NY program, also considers the significance of the cost of electricity to the overall cost of doing business, and the applicant’s risk of closure or curtailing operations.

A typical business can save approximately five to 25 percent of their electric bill on the NYPA allocation portion. For 2014, the latest year for which figures are available, ReCharge NY saved program participants approximately 31 percent (more than $89 million) when factoring in both production and delivery savings.

NYPA President and CEO Gil C. Quiniones noted that “ReCharge NY is a cornerstone program for the Power Authority, granting our customers timely assistance when they are making critical business decisions about whether to maintain or expand their operations.”

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Iowa Economic Development Authority to Consider State Assistance For Council Bluffs Griffin Pipe Reopening

At its next meeting tomorrow, the Board of the Iowa Economic Development Authority will consider approving state assistance awards for four projects.

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One of them is the reopening of the Griffin Pipe plant by Birmingham, AL-based U.S. Pipe and Foundry, LLC, a critical Council Bluffs economic development project that will reverse some of the fallout over the plant’s closing in 2014 and the resultant loss of 250 jobs.

U.S. Pipe acquired the Griffin Pipe and Foundry located in Council Bluffs in 2013, and quickly idled it the following year. Now, after several rounds of negotiations with unions, customers and company leadership, U.S. Pipe has decided to retool the plant and place it back into production.

The company will invest $24.7 million in the project, and expects to create 144 new jobs and retain nine existing jobs. The annual payroll is expected to be $7,120,720 with an average hourly wage for the new jobs created of $24.37 and is expected to increase to $28.96 after 36 months.

U.S. Pipe has applied to the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) for benefits under the Targeted Jobs Program (TJP). The State has estimated that the company will qualify for roughly $2.25 million in targeted jobs funds, $224,000 in new jobs tax credits and $1,325,000 in job training funds.

The company has made it known that the Council Bluffs location has higher operating expenses than other comparable locations under consideration in Virginia and Alabama, and the receipt of state incentives is critical in their decision to choose Iowa. At a meeting earlier this week, the Council Bluffs City Council adopted a resolution supporting the application by U.S. Pipe and Foundry, LLC.

Another important project on the IEDA Board’s agenda is an application for financial assistance by Electro Management Corp. and Electrical Power Products, Inc. (EP2) under the High Quality Jobs Program (HQJP). EP2 is relocating and expanding its operations in Des Moines, and the project will result in the retention of at least 200 jobs. IEDA staff anticipates that EP2 may be eligible for up to $414,103 in State assistance under HQJP, thereby requiring a local community match of up to $82,821 by the City.

The City Council has already approved an Urban Renewal Development Agreement with EP2 which provides for the payment of a Des Moines Economic Development Grant in an amount that exceeds the required local community match under HQJP.

The third project that will be taken up by the IEDA Board is an application for state assistance by Farmers Energy Cardinal, LLC. The company is planning to establish an ethanol plant in Cass County. The fourth applicant on the IEDA Board meeting agenda is Glycerin Group, LLC’s (dba KemX Global) project in Boone, IA.

San Jose City Council Approves Apple Campus Development Agreement

The City Council of San Jose, CA has approved an amended and restated development agreement with Apple Inc. that could eventually result in up to 20,000 employees being located at an Apple campus covering nearly 4.1 million square feet of employment space in North San Jose.


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The new agreement will vest entitlements for 15 years to develop up to 4,151,350 square feet of industrial development, including office, research and development, manufacturing, and other related and supporting uses on an approximately 86.35 gross acre site.

A memo to the City Council from Mayor Sam Liccardo and several Councilmembers lists the enormous San Jose economic development benefits that could result from the project.

For starters, Apple’s campus will generate approximately $15 million in annual property tax revenue. An additional $300,000 annually in business tax and utility users tax revenues will also be generated for the City’s General Fund.

The project will create thousands of net new jobs in San Jose, improving the city’s chronic jobs-housing imbalance. As per the new agreement, Apple will have 15 years for build-out of a major, state-of-the-art campus. However, City leaders expect permits and shovels to move quickly. Over 1,000 Apple employees will move in to the North San Jose campus within a few months into an existing 287,000-square-foot building and another 200,000-square-foot building that is already under construction on site.

Apple already employs over 100,000 full-time, permanent employees, comprising the world’s largest information technology company by revenue and total assets. Apple’s investment and its proposed plans for a major presence in North San Jose provides a powerful statement of the extraordinary promise of both Apple and of San Jose.

As per the memo, Apple has recently revealed that research and development will constitute a primary function of this campus. Apple’s U.S. headquarters will continue to be located at its Cupertino, CA campus.

The Mayor and other City leaders thanked Apple for their significant investment in San Jose, and for sharing their confidence in San Jose’s future, and also thanked “the many members of the City team for their many months of negotiation and hard work to ensure a smooth arrival of Apple to San Jose.”

The memo also notes that the Apple project caps “what is likely one of the most successful years of any economic development team in San Jose’s history.”

Apart from recent expansion announcements by several Silicon Valley technology titans, San Jose also secured the opening of the only U.S. Patent & Trademark Office on the West Coast, vetted plans on a $175 million hybrid electronics manufacturing institute, and cut the ribbon on a world-class soccer stadium.

Cincinnati, Columbus Region Economic Development Projects Approved by Ohio TCA

At its latest meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) Board approved ten projects expected to create 1,227 jobs and retain 1,564 jobs statewide. Collectively, these projects are expected to spur approximately $96.3 million in investment across Ohio and generate nearly $50 million in new payroll.

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Greater Cincinnati economic development group REDI Cincinnati announced three projects (Quotient Technology Inc., Planes Moving & Storage Inc. and Reztark Design Studio LLC) that are expected to create 146 new jobs, retain 304 jobs and generate $4.75 million in capital investment.

Mountain View, CA-based Quotient Technology Inc. (NYSE: QUOT), formerly Incorporated, is expanding its Cincinnati operations and will open a new office in the Kenwood Collection in Sycamore Township, OH. Quotient has committed to create 100 full-time jobs over the next three years for a total capital investment of $1.5 million.

Steven Boal, founder and CEO of Quotient, said in a release that “We’re excited to be expanding our footprint in Cincinnati where we’ve had real success hiring top talent.”

Planes Moving & Storage is a relocation and transportation business that is a part of United Van Lines. The company is investing $3 million to expand its current headquarter facility and construct a new 65,000-square-foot warehouse in West Chester Township, OH. This project, which is creating 30 new jobs and helping retain another 229 jobs, has received TCA approval for a .693 percent, five-year Job Creation Tax Credit (JCTC).

Reztark Design Studio, LLC is a full-service architectural and design firm that has outgrown its existing location in Cincinnati and plans to invest $250,000 for an expansion. This project, which is creating 16 new jobs and helping retain another 28 jobs, has received TCA approval for a .838 percent, five-year JCTC.

Kimm Coyner, managing director, projects team and JobsOhio for REDI Cincinnati, said they’re happy to kick off the year with growth across multiple sectors. “Greater Cincinnati’s diverse economy offers the right mix for each of these innovative companies to thrive here,” added Coyner.

Columbus Region economic development group Columbus 2020 likewise announced two significant expansion projects by Kenco and Ventech Solutions Inc.

Ventech is a Columbus-based SEI CMMI Level 3 software company specializing in public sector system integration and consulting services. The company is expanding its headquarters operations with the addition of an innovation lab and 75 new jobs to Ventech’s current staff of 65, along with an investment of $750,000 in workforce training. This project has received TCA approval for a 1.600 percent, six-year JCTC.

Ravi Kunduru, founder and president of Ventech Solutions, said in a release that “As we continued to expand, the Region’s innovative collaborative business climate, emphasis on advanced workforce development, and robust labor pool played a critical role in our decision to increase our presence in Columbus.”

Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther likewise responded that “Columbus is proud to be called home to a company of Ventech’s caliber. We are committed to providing the resources and support necessary to help our businesses grow and succeed.”

Kenco Logistic Services, LLC is also expanding in the Columbus Region with a $2.1 million investment to lease and equip an additional 180,000 square-foot warehouse in Groveport, OH. This project, which is adding 63 new jobs to their existing 50 workers in the Columbus Region, has received TCA approval for a 1.310 percent, six-year JCTC.

David Caines, chief operating officer at Kenco, said in a release that “The Columbus Region has a robust logistics sector and its location advantages are unparalleled. We also continue to find a reliable and strong workforce, which has contributed to our growth.”

Jeff Green, the City of Groveport’s Assistant City Administrator, noted that “Kenco’s newest expansion is an example of Groveport’s commitment to growing companies that operate here, and we are happy to welcome new opportunities from an existing employer.”

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