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Italian Automotive Supplier Expands Operations in Sanford, NC

Magneti Marelli Powertrain USA LLC has announced plans to expand its Lee County, NC manufacturing plant located in the City of Sanford.

Magneti Marelli

Magneti Marelli (photo -cmonville/flickr)

Supported by a North Carolina economic development grant, the company will make a capital investment of $12 million over the next two years and expects to create 76 new jobs over the next three years.

In a release announcing the project, Governor Pat McCrory said that global firms like Magneti Marelli find that nothing compares to the can-do spirit of North Carolina workers. “All the ingredients they need are right here, allowing companies to reach new heights,” added Gov. McCrory.

In order to secure the project, NC Commerce and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) worked in partnership with the Sanford Area Growth Alliance, Lee County, the City of Sanford, the NC Department of Revenue, the North Carolina Community College System, and Central Carolina Community College.

North Carolina has offered the company a performance-based grant of up to $225,000 under the One North Carolina Fund. The One NC Fund, which provides economic development funding for projects through local governments, is designed to attract business projects that will stimulate economic activity and create new jobs in the state. Companies do not receive any money up front, and are required to meet job creation and investment performance standards to qualify for grant funds.

NC Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla III added that they welcome this additional investment from Magneti Marelli. “The company operates 89 manufacturing facilities throughout the world, so I’m gratified they recognize the value of their North Carolina operations,” said Sec. Skvarla.

The Sanford powertrain plant opened in 1976, and primarily manufactures fuel systems for cars, and also for motorcycles and other motor sport vehicles. This latest $12 million expansion with 76 new jobs builds on a $15 million investment the company made four years to add three new production lines and new high-tech machinery to the Sanford plant, along with 65 new jobs.

Magneti Marelli Powertrain, which designs, develops and manufactures engines and transmissions components for cars, motorbikes and light vehicles, is part of Corbetta, Italy-based Magneti Marelli S.p.A. The company’s North American headquarters is located in Auburn Hills, MI.

The Group has a presence in 19 countries, and supplies most of the important car makers in Europe, Asia, and South and North America. With more than 38,000 employees, their global operations encompass 89 production units, 12 R&D centers and 26 application centers.

Colorado Economic Development Incentives Secure DaVita Expansion in Denver

DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc. has announced plans to expand its footprint in downtown Denver by leasing space in a new office tower and adding hundreds of new jobs.

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Supported by incentives approved last month by the Colorado Economic Development Commission, the company is leasing 265,000 square feet of space in the 16 Chestnut development in downtown Denver.

The 410,000-square-foot 16 Chestnut building is located directly across 16th Street from DaVita’s original headquarters building, thus creating an urban campus environment for the company in downtown Denver. Groundbreaking for the new building is scheduled for July next year.

The new space will allow for growth including 1,200 additional DaVita HealthCare Partners teammates in Denver. DaVita HealthCare Partners Chairman and CEO Kent J. Thiry said in a release that “When we moved to Denver, we were confident that we would find a place for our new corporate headquarters. What we underestimated was that we would find a community that aligns so well with our own values.”

DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc. (NYSE:DVA), an independent medical group and a leading provider of kidney care services, relocated from Los Angeles to Denver in 2010 and opened its headquarters building in 2012. At that time, the $101 million project was the first corporate build-to-suit headquarters to locate in the Denver central business district in the past 35 years.

Back in 2010, Colorado offered DaVita $5.3 million in state incentives to support the company’s headquarters relocation and investment project. Last month, the Colorado Economic Development Commission approved another $12.7 million for “Project Bronco II” under the Job Growth Incentive Tax Credit (JGITC) program for the company’s latest expansion project.

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper said in the release that when you recruit a headquarters to your state, you do everything you can to ensure they’re successful and grow. “With DaVita, we also welcomed a devoted community partner,” added Gov. Hickenlooper. “Their support has benefited everything from our schools to business development to hundreds of charities and non-profits.”

Since relocating to Colorado, DaVita has become a key driver of Denver economic development, adding more than 1,500 local jobs and pumping millions into the local economy. The company now has more than 2, 420 employees in Colorado and over 62,000 overall.

DaVita is also one of the most admired corporate entities and employers in the region. In the last year alone, the company has been named on lists including the Denver Business Journal’s Healthiest Employer list; FORTUNE Magazine’s Most Admired Companies list; and Newsweek’s Top Green Company in the U.S. list.

Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock added that “DaVita has played a key role in Lower Downtown’s resurgence as a vibrant hub for innovative businesses. This next chapter for DaVita and Denver is set to build on that momentum.”

The leasing entity and property owner of the 16 Chestnut building is East West Partners. Chris Frampton, managing partner at East West Partners, noted that DaVita truly put Denver on the map as a destination for business and corporate headquarters. Frampton added that “their commitment to downtown has had and will continue to have a significant impact.”

Miami-Dade Economic Development Incentives For Naeem Khan Headquarters Relocation

Later this week, the Economic Prosperity Committee of the Miami-Dade Board of County Commission will consider a resolution that facilitates approval and allocation of incentives for the Naeem Khan headquarters relocation project.

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Fashion designer Naeem Khan is considering relocating his company NKMIA, LLC’s headquarters from NYC to Miami Dade.

Supported by Miami-Dade economic development incentives of up to $1.5 million under the Building Better Communities General Obligation Bond Program Project No. 124, the company will invest $9.6 million to establish a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in a 30,000-square-foot studio space along the Miami River.

This facility will also serve as the headquarters of the Naeem Khan label. The company expects to bring 50 full-time jobs to Florida. These will be jobs with an average salary of $50,000.

The application to Miami-Dade County Commissioners notes that “Miami is the ideal location for the fashion industry – a climate allowing year-round production, substantially lower taxes and wages, and the region’s access to a South American population with a tradition of handiwork.”

The application also notes that the Naeem Khan project will be the first of its kind in Miami County, and the relocation of the label’s headquarters could be a stepping stone not just for high-end designers, but the entire fashion industry.

The new facility will also act as an incubator for the fashion industry, offering design studios readily available for use by other providers in the industry. The application also notes that the Miami economic development benefits do not stop at design and manufacturing. As designers relocate to Miami, it will open the door for the city to host an international fashion week.

The biennial Fashion Week brings in $900 million in revenue for NYC, where fashion is a $98 billion industry. Globally, fashion is a $1.2 trillion industry.

The Naeem Khan project may also support development of fashion-related training and education in the region. Meetings are already in place to create joint fashion programs with some of Miami’s largest universities and colleges.

Naeem Khan launched his eponymous collection in 2003, and began selling at Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. The collection has since grown to be sold at more than 100 specialty stores around the world, and his celebrity fan base includes First Lady Michelle Obama, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Queen Noor of Jordan, and others. In 2008, Naeem Khan was inducted as a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America.

Nestle Product Technology Center in Bridgewater, NJ Will Aid Economic Development

Nestle Health Science has officially announced the selection of Bridgewater, NJ as the site for a new Nestle Product Technology Center (NTPC).


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Supported by Grow NJ incentives approved earlier this year by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA), the company plans to invest $70 million to establish the 180,000-square-foot facility to house the company’s U.S. headquarters and R&D operations.

The jobs at the new Center will include some 60 headquarter jobs currently located in the company’s existing headquarters in Florham Park, NJ. Nestle Health Science will also relocate some 100 jobs from out of state to the NTPC, including teams and operations of the company’s R&D Center in Minneapolis.

This new facility builds on the company’s presence in the Northeast, adding to the recently opened Novel Therapeutic Nutrition business offices in Cambridge, MA. Nestle Health Science CEO Greg Behar said in a release that the new facility will house the latest technologies and people in the field, uniting their R&D and business teams in a region with strong life-science activity.

“It will enhance and accelerate the quality and speed to market of Nestlé Health Science’s innovations that improve nutritional status and health outcomes,” added Behar.

New Jersey secured this project by offering Nestle HealthCare Nutrition, Inc. and Nestle Nutrition R&D Center Inc. tax credits under the Grow NJ program. The company stands to save up to $14.45 million in tax incentives over a 10-year period.

Apart from the $70 million investment, creation of new jobs for the state, and the retention of the company’s U.S. headquarters and existing jobs, the Nestle Health Science project has also been eagerly awaited by state officials as a prestigious project in a targeted industry which they can now cite to attract more companies and establish the area as a life sciences hub.

Nestle Health Science, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nestle, is a global company headquartered in Epalinges, Switzerland. The company was initially founded on the HealthCare Nutrition business of Nestle Group, and already employs around 3,000 people worldwide.

The Bridgewater facility will be one of more than 30 Nestle Product Technology Centers around the world which have become key components of the research and development that drives Nestle’s growth as the world’s largest nutrition health and wellness company, with sales approaching $100 billion per year.

Eli Lilly NYC Expansion Brings Economic Development and R&D Opportunities

Eli Lilly and Company has announced plans for an expansion of its research and development presence at the Alexandria Center for Life Science in NYC.

Eli Lilly and Company

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The NYC economic development benefits from the project include the creation of 50 new jobs by Eli Lilly. Also, the expansion will allow Lilly to strengthen its relationships with local academic institutions and prominent medical schools.

The company will add 30,000 square feet of space to house a translational immuno-oncology hub and a Lilly “portal” to provide local academic scientists with opportunities for collaborative access to cutting-edge drug discovery capabilities, including chemistry and lead optimization expertise.

This is Lilly’s third strategic research and development expansion this year that combines external collaborations with internal investments to strengthen research infrastructure and capabilities.

Earlier this year in May, Lilly announced it would build a delivery and device innovation center in Cambridge, MA. The company subsequently announced an expansion of its biotechnology center in San Diego, CA.

Lilly first established its presence in the New York metropolitan area with the acquisition of ImClone in 2008. The Alexandria Center for Life Science R&D site in NYC, located near the East River, opened in 2010. It was developed by Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. as a collaborative urban campus for life science companies in the region. Lilly also has a manufacturing and clinical development center in Bridgewater, NJ.

Indianapolis, IN-based Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) was founded in 1876 by Colonel Eli Lilly. The company now has approximately 41,122 employees worldwide, including 10,526 in Indianapolis and 5,822 more U.S. employees. The Lilly workforce includes more than 8,000 people engaged in research and development.

Lilly has manufacturing plants in 13 countries and research and development facilities located in six countries, with clinical research being conducted in more than 55 countries. Last year, Eli Lilly spent $4.734 billion on R&D expenditures. It costs the company an average of $800 million to $1.2 billion to discover and develop a new drug, with the average length of time from discovery to patient being 10-15 years.

Jan Lundberg, Ph.D., executive vice president of science and technology and president of Lilly Research Laboratories, said in a release that they are prepared to push the boundaries to accelerate drug discovery. “Our expanded capabilities at the New York site will further Lilly’s expertise in our core therapeutic areas and help pave the way for broader collaboration with leading academic, health care and industry colleagues,” added Lundberg.

1366 Technologies Wafer Plant Will be Genesee County’s Biggest Economic Development Project

1366 Technologies, a manufacturer of technologies for the solar energy industry, announced that it will establish its first large commercial Direct Wafer production plant at the STAMP Business Park in Alabama, NY.

1366 will be the anchor tenant of the high-tech Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP) located between Buffalo and Rochester.

The company will invest $700 million to establish a 130,000-square-foot facility, and expects to create at least 600 new jobs over the next five years, and more than 1,000 new jobs eventually for the Finger Lakes Region and Upstate New York.

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1366’s Direct Wafer technology offers significant advantages over traditional wafer manufacturing processes. It reduces the cost of the wafer by 50 percent, and provides reductions in capital expenditures and operating costs.

Their manufacturing facility at STAMP will scale up to a 3 GW wafer facility, housing 400 Direct Wafer furnaces, and will produce more than 600 million high-performance silicon wafers annually – enough to power 360,000 American homes.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said in a release that “Today’s announcement is an example of how we are combining this region’s natural strengths with our vision to develop New York’s entrepreneurial future and make the Empire State a true leader in developing the clean energy technologies of tomorrow.”

The $700 million project, starting with an initial investment of $100 million, is the biggest economic development project in Genesee County’s history.

The company already has a wafer facility in Bedford, MA. The site selection process that resulted in the company selecting Genesee County and STAMP was kicked off in 2011 when 1366 was awarded a $150 million federal loan guarantee from the U.S. Department of Energy to build a commercial-scale manufacturing facility.

1366 Technologies CEO Frank van Mierlo said in the release that “The facility in Bedford, Massachusetts was our proving ground. New York brings us to commercial scale. The technology is ready and 1366 is squarely positioned to lead in an industry undergoing rapid global growth.”

In order to secure this transformative project, lead New York economic development agency Empire State Development worked with the Genesee County IDA and other state agencies including New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), New York Power Authority (NYPA) and the New York State Homes and Community Renewal (HCR).

The incentives package that 1366 will receive adds up to $56.3 million, and up to 8.5 megawatts of low-cost hydropower. Supported by the ESD grant, the Genesee County Economic Development Center (GCEDC) will consider local incentives of up to $41.7 million, including $12 million for the first phase of construction.

Empire State Development President, CEO and Commissioner Howard Zemsky said in the release that “We are proud to support 1366 Technologies’ newest venture and look forward to the continued growth of solar technologies in the Finger Lakes.”

Gil C. Quiniones, President and CEO, NYPA, added that “We’re especially excited to be working with 1366 Technologies, a company that, like NYPA, is heavily invested in clean energy.”

HCR Commissioner and CEO James S. Rubin likewise said that “HCR is proud to not only create and preserve affordable housing throughout the state, but to play a role in revitalizing the state’s economy.”

John B. Rhodes, President and CEO, NYSERDA, noted that “This project will build out the state’s growing clean energy economy, improve solar manufacturing, lower the cost of solar panels, and boost the solar market.”

Paul Battaglia, chairman of the GCEDC Board of Directors, pointed out that “STAMP is the result of years of collaboration between all levels of government especially between New York State, Genesee County, the Town of Alabama, and our many partners in the private sector.”

The 1,250-acre Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP) site is New York State’s second shovel-ready mega site, and is located within NYPA’s low cost hydropower zone serviced by redundant, highly reliable power.

The site, which has been named as a regional priority project by the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council, was designed to attract large companies including semiconductor, display and imaging, photovoltaics, photonics, and bio-manufacturing firms.

Oakridge Battery Manufacturing Expansion Brings 1000 Jobs to Palm Bay, Florida

Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, a global developer and manufacturer of solid-state battery systems and lithium technology, has announced an expansion of its operations in Palm Bay, FL.


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Supported by Enterprise Florida, the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast and the City of Palm Bay, the company plans to invest $270 million to expand its operations into a larger 230,000-square-foot facility.

The company, which currently employs 36 people in Florida, will ramp up its workforce to create 1,000 new jobs for Palm Bay and Brevard County. These will be jobs with an average annual wage of $50,075.

Apart from this expansion, OGES also recently completed the relocation of their corporate headquarters into a new 68,718-square-foot facility in Palm Bay.

Governor Rick Scott said in a release that “Oakridge Global Energy Solutions could have moved their headquarters anywhere in the world and I am proud to announce that they chose to remain in Florida and create 1,000 new jobs.”

Oakridge Executive Chairman and CEO Steve Barber added that “We appreciate the support of Governor Scott, Enterprise Florida, the EDC of Florida’s Space Coast and our local partners at the City of Palm Bay as we begin this great expansion.”

In order to secure “Project Charge 2,” the Space Coast EDC leveraged the City of Palm Bay Ad Valorem Tax Abatement program. The company has other existing U.S. facilities in Nevada and Utah, and was considering those locations for the expansion in the absence of a tax abatement.

EDC President and CEO Lynda Weatherman said in a release that “It is gratifying to see this project move forward in Brevard, not only because of its scale, but also, because it brings even more diversity to our manufacturing base.”

Apart from the 1,000 direct jobs and $270 million investment, the Oakridge expansion will support the creation of another 649 indirect and induced jobs, adding up to total net new wages of more than $75.1 million.

The company’s future growth plans could likewise prove to be highly beneficial for Palm Bay and Brevard County economic development. Oakridge expects to be producing 1,200,000 batteries per year by 2018. Current projections call for an additional 300,000 to 400,000 square feet of manufacturing capacity and employment reaching 1,800 to 2,500 full-time workers by 2020.

City of Palm Bay Economic Development Officer Andy Anderson said in the release that “The workforce potential in our community is significant and a company like Oakridge Global Energy Solutions will add to what we already know Palm Bay to be, a value added place to work live and play.”

Sugar Land, TX Considers Economic Development Incentives For Schlumberger Headquarters Relocation

Schlumberger, the world’s largest oilfield services company, is considering relocating its headquarters to the City of Sugar Land, TX.

Schlumberger Complex, Sugar Land, TX

Schlumberger Complex, Sugar Land, TX (photo – WhisperToMe/wikimedia)

Supported by Sugar Land economic development incentives and tax abatements, the project will bring $200 million in capital investment in real improvements and personal property to the city, along with the creation of more than 500 new jobs for Sugar Land and Fort Bend County.

At its next meeting, the Sugar Land City Council is scheduled to consider an economic development agreement with a package of incentives to support and facilitate Schlumberger’s headquarters relocation from Houston to Sugar Land. The company previously relocated its corporate headquarters from New York to Houston in 2005 in order to bring their corporate office in close proximity to their vast operations in the Greater Houston region.

Schlumberger will now move its headquarters operations to Sugar Land, where the company plans on making improvements to a 32.479-acre section of its existing complex. The company is already one of the key drivers of Sugar Land economic development as the City’s second-largest employer with the largest existing assessed valuation for property tax purposes, and consistently among the top sales tax remitters.

The headquarters relocation project includes the addition of over 250,000 square feet of Class A office space in Sugar Land, and a new 100,000-plus square feet amenities building. The project also includes demolition of obsolete buildings on the site in question, along with repair of site utilities, and reconstruction of the landscape features to improve the site experience for employees and visitors.

The incentive package the City Council will take up for consideration includes a direct incentive from the Sugar Land Development Corporation (SLDC), along with a 100 percent tax abatement for 10 years on the associated new real improvements and personal property and the completion of the widening of Industrial Boulevard by the City and Fort Bend County. The tax savings the company will realize is expected to be in the amount of $5,307,960 over the 10-year abatement period.

Schlumberger (NYSE:SLB), founded in 1926 in France, is the world’s leading supplier of technology, integrated project management and information solutions to oil and gas industry customers worldwide. With principal offices in Paris, Houston (being relocated to Sugar Land), London and The Hague, the Fortune Global 500 company employs approximately 108,000 people working in more than 85 countries, and generated $48.58 billion in revenue last year.

Indianapolis Secures $600M Rolls-Royce Modernization

Rolls-Royce Corporation has announced a nearly $600 million investment for a comprehensive modernization of its jet engine production factory in Indianapolis, IN.

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Rolls-Royce Indianapolis (photo – the.urbanophile/flickr)

Details about the company’s modernization plans were announced at an event held today at the UAW Training Center Auditorium where Governor Mike Pence, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and other state and local officials joined Rolls-Royce executives.

In a release announcing the project, Gov. Pence said that “This global company had a world of options to consider when evaluating plans for future growth, but Rolls-Royce narrowed in on the state of Indiana for this investment because we offer the business-friendly climate, workforce and strategic university partnerships needed to remain competitive and to succeed in the aerospace and defense industry.”

Marion Blakey, president and chief executive officer of Rolls-Royce North America, added that “This investment ensures that we can increase our competitiveness in the market, which will benefit both our customers and Rolls-Royce.”

The Tibbs Avenue jet-engine production plant is Rolls-Royce’s largest U.S. facility, and employs 1,500 people. All told, Rolls-Royce has approximately 4,300 employees working in Indianapolis in manufacturing, assembly, test, engineering and a variety of staff support roles.

Even so, there has been a question mark on the future of the aging jet engine plant ever since Rolls-Royce North America selected Reston, VA for its regional headquarters, and established an advanced manufacturing and research campus in Crosspointe, VA.

This large investment in the Tibbs Avenue plant’s modernization, coupled with the recent announcement of Rolls-Royce taking up space at the Purdue Research Park Aerospace District in West Lafayette, IN, renews the company’s commitment towards its operations in the Greater Indianapolis region.

Indiana worked hard to secure the Rolls-Royce project. Plans for a proposed modernization of the Tibbs Avenue jet engine manufacturing plant were first made public earlier this year in April. After that, the Indiana General Assembly moved quickly to approve legislative changes to the Hoosier Business Investment tax credit program in order to provide tax incentives for the project.

Senate Enrolled Act 441 pushed back the sunset date for the Hoosier Business Investment tax credit to Jan 01, 2021. As per the modified law, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation may under a written agreement accelerate payment of unused excess tax credit that certain taxpayers would otherwise be eligible to carry forward to a subsequent tax year, with the caveat that the accelerated tax credits IEDC approves cannot exceed $17 million in a state fiscal year.

This change was tailored specifically to provide Rolls-Royce up to $17 million in tax incentives for its modernization plan, even though the company is not creating any new jobs with this particular project.

IEDC has now offered Rolls-Royce up to $17,000,000 in conditional tax credits and up to $1,425,000 in training grants based on the company’s committed investment. The city of Indianapolis will consider additional incentives at the request of Develop Indy, a business unit of the Indy Chamber.

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard said in the release that ” “This is an internationally-renowned company that could have chosen to invest anywhere on the map, and I am very proud that they selected Indianapolis.”

London, U.K.-based Rolls-Royce Holdings plc, through its two main business divisions, Aerospace and Land & Sea, has customers in more than 120 countries and employs over 54,000 people in more than 50 countries. Last year, the company’s underlying revenue was £14.6 billion, and they had a firm announced order book totaling £76.5 billion as of the end of June this year.

Catawba County Economic Development Incentives For Axjo Project in Conover, NC

At its next meeting, the Catawba County Board of Commissioners will consider approval of an economic development agreement between the County and Axjo America, Inc.


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Axjo America, a subsidiary of Swedish company Axjo AB, plans to invest $11.1 million to up-fit and equip an existing manufacturing facility in Conover, NC.

As part of the expansion, the company will create 14 new jobs and retain 15 existing jobs over five years. The new jobs being created will meet or exceed 100 percent of the county average annual wage of $36,770, or $17.68 per hour.

Axjo America first established its presence in Hickory, NC in 2011, but has since outgrown its facility. Before selecting the property at 221 S. McLin Creek Road in Conover for this latest expansion, the company conducted an exhausting search for suitable buildings in Hickory and other locations, including other counties in North Carolina and South Carolina.

Axjo uses primarily recycled, environmentally friendly materials and the latest injection molding technology to produce fiber-optic reels for spooling equipment. The company has been focused on production of plastic spool products for the cable industry in smaller sizes, but plans on expanding into larger spool sizes over the next five years, and will be adding new injection molding machines at its operations in the county.

In order to secure this expansion project and support the company’s investment and job creation plans, the Catawba County Board of Commissioners will consider approving tax incentives equal to 50 percent of new tax receipts generated by Axjo America annually for six years, adding up to a maximum of $132,539 during this period.

These incentives will be based on a Catawba County economic development agreement which requires Axjo America to meet minimum thresholds of $11.1 million in investment, retention of 15 existing jobs and creation of 14 new jobs by 2020. All the jobs will meet or exceed 100 percent of the county average wage at $36,700.

The agreement also includes clawback provisions that require repayment of incentives should the investment and job creation amounts not be met or sustained. The company will also agree to not hire anyone 25 years of age or below without a minimum of a high school diploma.

Axjo AB was founded in 1945, and is now a leader in environment-friendly drums, spools and reels in smart plastics. The company has operations in 30 countries, with manufacturing facilities located in Sweden, China, Portugal and the United States, and 13 storage facilities at locations in Europe and the U.S.

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