Ohio Approves Economic Development Assistance For Projects Creating 4000 Jobs

At its latest meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) approved state assistance for 14 economic development proposals that are expected to create a combined total of 3.977 jobs and retain 935 jobs across Ohio.

Ohio jobs

Ohio jobs (photo – americaspower/flickr)

The Ohio economic development incentives for these 14 projects are expected to spur $293 million in investments statewide, and the jobs being created will result in more than $136 million in new payroll.

The Columbus region economic development projects approved to receive state assistance include expansions by MBA Focus, LLC; Middle West Spirits, LLC; and Saama Technologies, Inc.

Saama Technologies is a Silicon Valley-based big data solutions and services company that is expanding its operations in the City of Worthington, OH. The company plans to create 90 full-time jobs in data analytics as part of the expansion, in the process generating $7.2 million in additional annual payroll. The Ohio TCA has approved a 55 percent, six-year Job Creation Tax Credit (JCTC) for this project.

Over the next three years, Saama plans to significantly expand its Columbus Region presence with the addition of hundreds of new jobs. Saama Technologies CEO Suresh Katta said in a release that the Columbus Region’s growing reputation as an analytics hub, evidenced by a number of corporate initiatives, and its easy access to multiple East Coast cities, were key factors in their expansion location decision.

Kenny McDonald, chief economic officer of regional economic development organization Columbus 2020, said in the release that they’re proud that Saama has chosen the Columbus Region to grow high-quality technology jobs. McDonald added that the area continues to grow as a critical hub of data analytics innovators.

Ted Griffith, Managing Director, Information Technology Sectors, JobsOhio added that this significant jobs commitment by a well known, Silicon Valley-based company is a testament to what Ohio and the Columbus Region can offer the data analytics industry.

Middle West Spirits, LLC, a fast growing distillery in Columbus known for its variety of artisan spirits including whiskey, vodka and bourbon, is investing $3.1 million to expand its production facility, open a 23,000-square-foot warehouse, and add 25 employees and $950,000 in additional annual payroll to the five-person team it has now. The company is getting a 35 percent, six-year JCTC for this project.

MBA Focus, LLC, a graduate recruitment management technology and career service software company, is expanding its operations in Dublin, OH. The company is investing $200,000 and adding more than 25 new jobs with $1.1 million in additional annual payroll, doubling its existing team of 27 employees. MBA Focus has been approved to receive a 40 percent, five-year JCTC for this project.

The TCA also approved a 75 percent, 15-year JCTC for Amazon’s new project in Etna Township and the Village of Obetz that will create 2,000 full-time positions, generating $60 million in annual payroll.

Barclays Services LLC was approved for a 70 percent, seven-year JCTC for a new call center project in the state that will create 1,500 full-time positions with $49.9 million in annual payroll at a location that is yet to be determined.

RF SUNY and Rochester, NY Get $610M Integrated Photonics Manufacturing Institute

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Vice President Joe Biden announced that the Department of Defense has awarded the Manufacturing Innovation Institute for Integrated Photonics to a consortium led by the Research Foundation for the State University of New York (RF SUNY).

The Integrated Photonics Institute will be headquartered in Rochester, NY and is a $610 million public-private initiative. The consortium led by RF SUNY includes 124 members across 20 states, including 50 companies, twenty universities and 33 community colleges, and 16 non-profit organizations.

Video –  NYGovCuomo

The Manufacturing Innovation Institute for Integrated Photonics is the sixth of the network of nine National Network of Manufacturing Institutes (NNMI) institutes being established to boost advanced manufacturing and attract and create jobs.

Total funding for the Institute will exceed $600 million, including a $110 million federal grant and more than $250 million in New York State funding.

In addition to the Photonics Institute’s business headquarters in Rochester, additional operations will be located at the SUNY Polytechnic Albany NanoTech Campus.

The project is expected to generate huge benefits for Greater Rochester economic development, including the attraction of thousands of high tech jobs to the Rochester area and Upstate New York.

Rochester, NY is the historical home of optical technology pioneer Eastman Kodak, and the DoD’s Photonics Institute will build on this legacy of cutting-edge optical and photonics technology capabilities to spark manufacturing growth.

Photonics is the science of using and controlling photons, the smallest unit of light, to convey data and images. Integrated photonics shrinks electronic components like lasers and optical sensors to a scale hundreds of times smaller than a single living cell, and puts all the components on a single platform. This technological advancement is revolutionizing a vast range of critical applications ranging from resilient fiber links for long-haul telecommunications to energy savings in high-performance data centers.

The institute will accelerate the growth of this industry in Upstate New York by attracting hundreds of millions of dollars of new investment in photonics, and convening leading photonics capabilities from across the nation in Rochester.

Gov. Cuomo said in a release announcing New York’s successful quest to secure the Integrated Photonics Institute that “We’ve turned our economy around, we’re making the investments to keep it going, and this new Institute is another example of how Rochester is the vision for the economy of the future.”

Congresswoman Louise Slaughter added that the innovations and jobs this institute will create will be a game changer for Rochester and the entire state.

SUNY Polytechnic Institute President and CEO Dr. Alain E. Kaloyeros said in the release that only Rochester and Albany have the talent and expertise to lead such a complex and promising national research consortium.

Find out more about the Manufacturing Innovation Institute for Integrated Photonics and the other NNMI Institutes at manufacturing.gov.

Corporate America Signs on to American Business Act on Climate Pledge

Today, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and the leadership of 13 of America’s largest businesses will jointly launch the American Business Act on Climate Pledge.

American Business Act on Climate Pledge

American Business Act on Climate Pledge (photo -whitehouse.gov)

The 13 companies are Alcoa, Apple, Bank of America, Berkshire Hathaway Energy, Cargill, Coca-Cola, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, Google, Microsoft, PepsiCo, UPS, and Walmart.

By signing on to the American Business Act on Climate pledge, these companies representing $1.3 trillion in revenue and a combined market capitalization of at least $2.5 trillion will be demonstrating their commitment to climate action.

As part of their pledge, each of these 13 corporate giants will announce new commitments to reduce emissions, increase low-carbon investments, deploy more clean energy, and other actions for building more sustainable businesses and combat climate change.

All told, the announcements will total at least $140 billion in new low-carbon investment and more than 1,600 megawatts of new renewable energy.

Berkshire Hathaway Energy, for example, has already invested more than $15 billion in renewable energy generation projects that are under construction and in operation as of last year. As part of their pledge, the company announced that it will invest up to an additional $15 billion.

Greg Abel, Berkshire Hathaway Energy chairman, president and CEO, said in a release that they have “long supported and made investments to advance climate-friendly solutions that move us forward toward a low-carbon, sustainable future.” Abel added that joining these other U.S. businesses is one more way they can demonstrate their commitment to lead on climate action.

In addition to the low-carbon and renewable energy investments, the pledges also include company-specific goals such as 50 percent emissions cuts, purchase of 100 percent renewable energy, zero net deforestation in supply chains, reduce water intensity as much as 15 percent, etc.

Coca-Cola, for example, will pledge to reduce the carbon footprint of “the drink in your hand” by 25 percent by 2020. The company says that it intends to make significant and comprehensive changes, investments and technology advancements across the Coca-Cola network, which includes the company and more than 250 bottling partners around the world, with a goal of reducing their greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent by 2020.

GM’s pledges include, among others, promoting use of 125 megawatts of renewable energy by 2020, reducing carbon intensity from GM facilities 20 percent by 2020, reducing total waste 40 percent by 2020, and achieving 150 landfill-free facilities by 2020.

Microsoft’s pledges include carbon neutral operations and purchase of 100 percent renewable energy for their data centers, offices, labs, and manufacturing facilities; and offsetting 100 percent of emissions from business air travel.

Apart from such pledges by all 13 companies, their leadership in signing on to the American Business Act on Climate Pledge is expected to motivate many more companies to sign on and take the pledge.

As a part of this initiative, Sec. Kerry will convene a forum at the State Department October 20-21 to highlight American leadership in climate investment and innovative solutions to the toughest climate finance challenges.

Auburn, Economic Development Partnership of Alabama Attract Mercedes-Benz Supplier Schmidt

German manufacturer Schmidt Maschinenbau GmbH is building its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Auburn, AL.

Schmidt Automotive

Schmidt Automotive (photo – auburnalabama.org)

Supported by the City of Auburn Economic Development Department, Alabama Dept. Of Commerce, and the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama, Schmidt is investing $17 million in Auburn and will create 50 new well-paying jobs.

Headquartered in Westhausen-Lippach in South Germany, Schmidt Maschinenbau GmbH already has nearly 200 employees located at two production plants, including one at their headquarters site and the other one in Eberswalde in north-east Germany.

Starting next year in February, the new Schmidt Automotive USA facility in Auburn will start producing engine components such as balance shafts and gear wheels for its clients, which includes Mercedes-Benz and other German car manufacturers.

Schmidt Automotive USA has already begun construction of a new factory building and office complex at the production site in Auburn.

Schmidt Maschinenbau GmbH President Herbert Schmidt said in a release announcing the project that he is very grateful for the support that their company has received from the State of Alabama and the City of Auburn, making their decision for selecting their new home easy.

Governor Robert Bentley said in the release that this project reflects the strength of Alabama’s expanding auto sector and the capabilities of the state’s workforce. Gov. Bentley added that it also shows that Alabama is a perfect home for companies from around the world.

Schmidt Automotive USA will be hiring skilled machinists in Auburn, and they plan to send their new employees in Auburn to Germany for extensive training. The City of Auburn Economic Development Department’s workforce development section is assisting the company with their recruitment needs.

The Economic Development Partnership of Alabama worked closely with the Schmidt team as they considered different locations in the Southeast. EDPA President Bill Taylor said in the release that machining engine parts for Mercedes-Benz and other German car manufacturers is probably the most prestigious project in the automotive industry.

Taylor noted that companies like Schmidt are key to the success of any car manufacturer, and added that he congratulates Mr. Schmidt for selecting Auburn, Alabama.

Auburn Mayor Bill Ham Jr. likewise said that this announcement brings a great company and even more excellent jobs to Auburn, and added that they are extremely grateful for the support that the project has received from the Governor and his administration.

Bendix Picks Avon, Ohio For New Headquarters

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC announced plans to build their new headquarters on a 60-acre site in Avon, OH.

Bendix

Bendix (photo – bendix.com)

Bendix’s selection of the Avon site ensures that Lorain County and Ohio will retain more than 500 jobs the company has in the region, in addition to the creation of up more good-paying new jobs.

Back in February, Bendix had announced that it would relocate to a new location in Northeast Ohio within a 20-mile radius of its current headquarters in Elyria, OH. The Avon site the company has selected is just 10 miles from Elyria.

In a release announcing the selection of the site for their headquarters, Bendix Chairman Joe McAleese said that the new location allows Bendix to continue drawing from the skilled workforce in Northeast Ohio that has contributed so importantly to their success.

Bendix, a leader in the development and manufacture of leading-edge active safety and braking system technologies for commercial vehicles, established its Elyria headquarters in 1941 when the company was known as Bendix-Westinghouse.

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems now has more than 3,000 employees. In addition to its headquarters in Lorain County, OH, the company has manufacturing plants in Bowling Green, KY; Huntington, IN; North Aurora, IL; and in Acuna, Mexico.

A groundbreaking on the new headquarters site in Avon is contingent upon Bendix’s agreements with state and local entities. However, Ohio tax credits and Avon economic development incentives don’t seem to be among the most crucial deciding factors that attracted the company to this location.

In fact, the company had been offered a huge windfall for building their new headquarters in Elyria itself. It could have saved more than half the cost of the headquarters project by selecting a site in Elyria. Furthermore, a package of state and Elyria economic development incentives offered to keep the company in Elyria and Northeast Ohio would have reduced the cost to less than a fourth of the $60 million it might now have to spend.

Bendix’s decision likely has more to do with its growth plans and the way that its parent company Knorr-Bremse Group handles expansions. Since 2002, Bendix has been a part of the Munich, Germany-based Knorr-Bremse Group.

In their release, the company notes that continued growth has meant it has exceeded the capabilities and capacity of its current location. McAleese adds that they remain deeply grateful to Elyria for the support it has shown them over many decades as a part of the community.

Metro Nashville, TN Economic Development Teams Secure Relocation of Amedisys Corporate Jobs

Executives of home health and hospice care company Amedisys Inc. joined Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd to announce the company’s plans to open a new executive office at Cummins Station in downtown Nashville, TN.

Nashville, TN

Nashville, TN (photo – Exothermic/flickr)

Supported by TNECD, the Metro Government of Nashville and Davidson County, and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, the company is investing $2.5 million and will create 120 jobs in Nashville over the next five years.

More importantly, these 120 jobs will include the majority of the Amedisys CEO team that will be relocated to the new Nashville office from their current corporate headquarters in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

The Nashville office is expected to help Amedisys build pivotal relationships with important industry leaders and analysts and attract strong talent from the healthcare industry. Amedisys CEO Paul Kusserow said in a release announcing the project that “Nashville is the place to be if you’re in healthcare, and we’re extremely excited to be opening an office here.”

The company mentions in the release that Amedisys will continue to have a strong presence in Baton Rouge, and will focus on recruiting and retaining top talent regardless of location.

Baton Rouge-based Amedisys, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMED) is a leading home health care provider with more than 13,000 employees across more than 395 locations that annually deliver personalized home health and hospice care to more than 355,000 patients. The company is also a post-acute care partner for more than 2,200 hospitals and 61,900 physicians nationwide.

Amedisys already has more than 1,300 employees in the Nashville area. Metro Nashville and State of Tennessee economic development groups partnered to secure this project over competition for it from New Orleans, which was also under consideration.

TNECD partnered with the Metro Government of Nashville and Davidson County, the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, Nashville Electric Service, and TVA to secure the project for Nashville.

One of the key factors in favor of Nashville was the size and fast growth of the healthcare industry in the region. Commissioner Boyd said in the release that Amedisys will join more than 250 other healthcare companies who call Nashville home and add to the nearly 400,000 jobs these valuable industries provide for communities.

Nashville Mayor Karl Dean likewise noted that as one of the leaders in home health and hospice care, the company will be a great addition to the healthcare community in Nashville, which he said is an economic engine for the region.

Tennessee Valley Authority Senior Vice President of Economic Development John Bradley said in the release that TVA and Nashville Electric Service congratulate Amedisys on the announcement to locate its executive office and create 120 new jobs and invest $2.5 million in Davidson County.

Start-UP NY Economic Development Program Draws 12 More Projects to New York State

The Start-UP NY economic development program, which makes business expansions and locations tax-free in designated areas associated with colleges and universities in New York State, has got itself 12 more participants.

Start-UP NY

Start-UP NY (photo – ny.gov)

These 12 new projects are expected to create a combined total of 385 new jobs and generate $7.3 million in investments over the next five years.

All told, the Start-UP NY program now includes 128 companies sponsored by 25 different colleges and universities statewide. Together, the sponsored projects of these 128 companies involve investments exceeding $180 million and the creation of 3,609 new jobs.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said in a release that “From Buffalo to Albany and down to Long Island, Start-UP NY is transforming the way companies look at doing business in New York State.”

The 12 new companies that are now participants in Start-UP NY are as follows:

University at Buffalo (245 jobs) – Bodhi Seven Corporation; Chronicle LifeSci America Corp.; Doolli, Inc.; Enhanced Pharmacodynamics, LLC; and Postprocess Technologies, LLC.

New York University (47 jobs) – Avanan Inc.; and Geometric Intelligence.

SUNY Downstate (40 jobs) – Urgent Consult, Inc.

SUNY Polytechnic Institute (29 jobs) – Glauconix, Inc.; and NANO DX, Inc.

SUNY Oswego (19 jobs) – Designer Hardwood Flooring CNY, Inc.

Stony Brook University (five jobs) – PhD Skin Care, LLC

Many of these are out of state businesses and startups that may not have located to New York State in the absence of the benefits provided by Start-UP NY. For example, Chronicle LifeSci America Corp. is a newly formed U.S. corporation whose parent is headquartered in Canada. The company is launching a mobile web portal for U.S. and international physicians. Chronicle LifeSci America Corp is locating to the Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics in Buffalo, and will invest $80,000 and create five new jobs.

Similarly, NANO DX, Inc. is a newly formed biotechnology company that was established as a spinoff out of Massachusetts-based Nuclea Biotechnologies, Inc. The company is working on developing, producing and selling microchips and readers for use in proteomics-based cancer screening. NANO DX will locate to SUNY PI’s Nano Fab East building in Albany, with an investment of $265,000 and 15 new jobs.

SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher said in the release that they are thrilled with this development and look forward to growing relationships between these new businesses and SUNY.

New York economic development agency Empire State Development’s President, CEO and Commissioner Howard Zemsky added that this announcement of 12 more companies joining Start-UP NY is yet another example of the positive impact this program is having on the state’s economy.

Atlanta Economic Development Mid-Year Scorecard – 28 Projects Creating 6320 Jobs

Mayor Kasim Reed and Atlanta economic development agency Invest Atlanta announced in their mid-year economic and community development update that the agency has already surpassed its job creation goals for the entire year.

From Jan-June, Invest Atlanta and the City of Atlanta secured 28 business expansion and relocation projects which are together creating a combined total of 6,320 jobs. The agency’s job creation goal for the whole year was 6,100.

Atlanta economic development scorecard

Atlanta economic development scorecard (source – investatlanta.com)

Some of the major projects secured by Atlanta during this period include investments and job creation by Kaiser Permanente, NCR, Sage and Worldpay. The total economic impact of the 28 business expansion and relocation projects which the City and Invest Atlanta worked on is estimated to exceed $2.275 billion.

If you factor in the 19 community development projects closed in this period, that makes it 47 projects that are generating a total of $484 million in private capital investment and creating 6,665 new jobs.

In a release providing the mid-year update, Mayor Reed said that Atlanta’s business climate is in the best shape it has been in since the Great Recession. The Mayor added that by recruiting new business headquarters and corporate expansions, they will ensure that Atlanta remains the dominant economy of the Southeast.

Invest Atlanta President and CEO Craig Richard added that key to this success is that companies seeking to make solid business decisions that positively impact growth have chosen Atlanta.

Richard noted that for every $1 Invest Atlanta disburses in order to catalyze growth, they have returned nearly $13 in private, capital investment made by companies that are creating jobs in the city. The city’s tax revenue from capital investment was $10 for every $1 allocated by the City to Invest Atlanta.

Community development projects have also been on a roll, with four times the number of projects this year as compared to the same period last year. As of June, there were 19 community development projects closed this year supported by $38 million in investment from Invest Atlanta and $110 million in private capital. By comparison, there were five projects last year at this point with $10 million in investment from Invest Atlanta.

Invest Atlanta’s federally-funded New Market Tax Credits program began the year with a $50 million allocation. By June, the agency had committed $23.2 million of its NMTC tax credit allocation to encourage and leverage additional private investments in developments that contribute towards the revitalization of distressed neighborhoods.

One of these projects was the renovation of the historic Flatiron Building. A $11.2 million allocation is supporting the project and will enable the Flatiron Building to become a hub for entrepreneurship. Another NMTC allocation to Grady Hospital, combined with $66 million in philanthropic contributions, is helping finance the hospital’s expansion of its emergency department.

Old Forester Distillery in Whiskey Row Helps Louisville’s Bourbonism Economic Development Strategy

Brown-Forman Corporation has broken ground on an Old Forester Distillery project in downtown Louisville, KY.

Old Forester

Old Forester (photo – SenseiAlan/flickr)

The project is not only lifting Louisville economic development with a $30 million investment and 20 new jobs, but also breathing new life into downtown Louisville’s historic Whiskey Row.

Supported by incentives approved by the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority, Brown-Forman is bringing the Old Forester brand and distillery back to its roots in two historic buildings on Main Street in Louisville.

Governor Steve Beshear said in the release that he wants to congratulate Brown-Forman as an outstanding corporate partner and for investing in the Louisville economy and bringing back the heritage of Whiskey Row.

The two buildings Brown-Forman is renovating and equipping have a combined space of approximately 55,000 square feet, and the Old Forester Distillery will have 52 linear feet facing Main Street. The distillery also will become the home of the Old Forester brand, offering facility tours, a tasting room, exhibits, and bourbon-making demonstrations and event spaces.

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said in a release that Old Forester’s return to West Main Street will give bourbon lovers around the world another reason to visit Louisville. Mayor Fischer added that it will help introduce what they call Bourbonism – a vital part of Louisville’s food and beverage economic development strategy.

Kentucky still produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon. The state’s cache of 5.6 million aging bourbon barrels exceeds its population of 4.4 million. The more than 15,400 jobs in distillery-related businesses in Kentucky generate approximately $707 million in annual payroll. Brown-Forman Corporation (NYSE:BFA, BFB) alone employs about 1,000 people in Louisville, a big part of the company’s global workforce of more than 4,000 employees.

Campbell Brown, a fifth generation descendant of the Brown family and president of Old Forester, added that bringing their founding brand back to the site where it first began is cause for celebration at Brown-Forman his family and their employees, but it’s also a dedicated investment into the region that he hopes will drive great tourism interest to the community.

Whiskey Row on Main Street in Louisville was once home to the bourbon industry. However, the historic buildings dating back to 1852-1905 have found it hard to survive in recent years.

The buildings were slated for demolition in 2011, but saved after an agreement was reached with the city and developers to redevelop Whiskey Row. Then a fire earlier this year destroyed some of the buildings.

Brown-Forman’s $30 million investment and the return of the Old Forester Distillery and brand to its original home is likely to generate more interest in the redevelopment of Whiskey Row, in addition to the direct jobs the project is creating and the tourism spending it might attract.

To encourage the project, the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority has approved up to $900,000 in performance-based tax incentives  under the Kentucky Business Investment program, and another $410,000 in tax benefits for Brown-Forman through the Kentucky Enterprise Initiative Act. The company will also receive workforce training support through the Kentucky Skills Network.

Nickel Plate District, Indiana Economic Development Incentives Draw CloudOne HQ Relocation to Fishers

CloudOne, which delivers enterprise applications to the cloud and helps companies make their things for the Internet of Things, is relocating its global headquarters to the Nickel Plate District in Fishers, IN.

CloudOne

CloudOne (photo -oncloudone.com)

Supported by the Fishers Economic Development Commission and the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, the company will lease 11,518 square feet in The Switch, a mixed-use project in the Nickel Plate District Redevelopment in Fishers.

All of the company’s current employees at its existing Indianapolis headquarters will relocate to the new Fishers location, and CloudOne plans to create approximately 64 new full-time jobs in Fishers by 2019.

CloudOne helps companies make products that can be a part of the Internet of Things (IoT). Their scalable technology brings enterprise applications to the cloud, enabling global collaborative development, production and analysis of software and products in real time. Since 2012, CloudOne has achieved a 170 percent growth rate, and was recently ranked fourth on IBJ’s annual ranking of the fastest-growing companies in the Indianapolis area.

CloudOne CEO John McDonald said in a release announcing the relocation that they had quickly outgrown their current office space, and in order to help enterprises make their things for the Internet of Things, it was imperative that they have a creative workspace reflective of the company’s culture and conducive to collaboration.

The Nickel Plate District is the historic core of Fishers that encompassed the entire community when it had only 800 people. Fishers now has a population of 90,000, and the Nickel Plate District has been transformed into a vibrant destination where people come to shop, dine, work and live.

The Nickel Plate District Redevelopment, which includes The Switch, is a component of the Fishers economic development plan for attracting innovative businesses and creative, entrepreneurial talent for fueling market-driven job creation.

McDonald added that Indiana has been the perfect place to grow their business, and they are looking forward to the Fishers community helping foster their continued growth.

Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness likewise noted that CloudOne truly embodies the high-growth, entrepreneurial tech culture that exists in Fishers, and added that he couldn’t be more excited to welcome CloudOne to the Fishers community.

Indiana Secretary of Commerce Victor Smith said in the release that companies like CloudOne are proving that you don’t need to move to Silicon Valley to launch and grow a successful tech business. The Indiana Economic Development Corporation has offered CloudOne up to $1.7 million in performance-based tax credits tied to the company’s job creation plans.

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