Ohio TCA Approves Incentives For Economic Development Projects Impacting 2676 Jobs

The Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) has reviewed economic development projects submitted by JobsOhio and its regional partners, and approved tax credits for 15 projects under the Job Creation Tax Credit (JCTC) program.

Ohio Development

Ohio Development (photo – development.ohio.gov)

The 15 projects together represent capital investments worth more than $87.2 million across Ohio, and the companies involved are creating 664 new jobs with $28.4 million in new payroll, in addition to helping retain 2,012 jobs.

One of the projects approved for state assistance is an expansion by Matrix Technologies, Inc. in the City of Maumee, OH. The company, which makes industrial control systems, is creating 75 new full-time jobs and adding $4.9 million in new payroll, in addition to their existing $12.2 million payroll.

Matrix Technologies’ expansion project has been approved for a 50 percent JCTC for six years.

Food packaging and distribution company L&L Foods Holdings, LLC is relocating to a new site in the City of Wilmington, OH. As a result of the relocation, the company is able to create 100 new jobs with $2.4 million in addition payroll.

L&L Foods was also approved for a six-year 50 percent JCTC by the Ohio TCA.

Oatey Co., which manufactures plumbing industry products, is expanding in the City of Cleveland, OH. The company will create 80 new full-time jobs, adding $3.9 million in new payroll to their existing $21.5 million payroll.

The TCA has approved Oatey Co.’s expansion project for a 45 percent JCTC for seven years.

Architecture and design firm NBBJ LLC is expanding in the City of Columbus, OH and expects to create 16 new jobs with a new payroll of $1.3 million, in addition to retaining their existing employees who account for a payroll of $8 million. NBBJ is getting a 25 percent JCTC for five years.

WHAPPS L.L.C., which puts together loyalty marketing programs for federal agencies and Fortune 1000 companies, is expanding its operations in the City of Cincinnati, OH and will be creating 18 new jobs with a new payroll of $1.1 million, which will take their total payroll to $3 million. WHAPPS is getting a 45 percent JCTC for a period of six years for this project.

The remaining ten projects approved for Ohio economic development incentives for job creation are listed below.

Kimball Midwest in Columbus, OH – 50 new jobs; $1.9 million in new payroll and $18.2 million in existing payroll; approved for a 40 percent, six-year JCTC.

Cast Nylons Co. Ltd. in Willoughby, OH – 20 new jobs; $1 million in new payroll and $5 million in existing payroll; approved for a 40 percent, five-year JCTC.

National Automotive Experts, LLC in Strongsville, OH – 30 new jobs; $1.3 million in new payroll and $3.6 million in existing payroll; approved for a 40 percent, five-year JCTC.

Continental Structural Plastics, Inc. in the Village of Carey, OH – 50 new jobs; $1.6 million in new payroll and $30.2 million in existing payroll; approved for a 50 percent, six-year JCTC.

Just Packaging Inc. in Toledo, OH – 30 new jobs; $936,000 in new payroll and $350,697 in existing payroll; approved for a 540 percent, seven-year JCTC.

Perham Egg Ohio LLC in the Village of Fort Recovery, OH – 41 new jobs; $1.4 million in new payroll; approved for a 45 percent, six-year JCTC.

Allermuir USA in Monclova Township – 56 new jobs; $2.9 million in new payroll and $3.5 million in existing payroll; approved for a 55 percent, eight-year JCTC.

Tour de Force CRM, Inc. in Findlay, OH – 21 new jobs; $1.3 million in new payroll and $1.6 million in existing payroll; approved for a 50 percent, six-year JCTC.

Fecon, Inc. in Lebanon, OH – 25 new jobs; $1 million in new payroll and $5.4 million in existing payroll; approved for a 35 percent, six-year JCTC.

Octal Extrusions, Inc. in West Chester Township, OH – 52 new jobs; $1.6 million in new payroll; approved for a 40 percent, seven-year JCTC.

Optimum Employment Pilot Program Launched in Chicago

Skills for Chicagoland’s Future (SCF), a public-private partnership which matches unemployed job seekers with businesses looking to fill positions, has launched a unique employment program that combines two seasonal employment opportunities to provide stable year round work for the unemployed in Cook County, Illinois.

Optimum Employment Gap-Divvy partnership

Optimum Employment Gap-Divvy partnership (photo – scfjobs.com)

The “Optimum Employment” program is being launched as a pilot program in Chicago in partnership with Gap Inc. and Divvy, operated by Alta Bicycle Share.

For eight months from March through October, Divvy will hire unemployed candidates sent by SCF as rebalancers for supporting bicycle distribution in Chicago during the peak period when the bike shares are heavily needed.

For the remaining four winter months till February, these candidates will shift to Gap Inc. to work as logistics associates at local stores in Chicago during the holiday season.

The first batch of unemployed candidates from SCF (apply here) will start work at Divvy in late April this year. Once they secure a job with Divvy, candidates can apply to Gap for an interview. Gap will only take those candidates who successfully complete their eight months of employment with Divvy and complete Gap’s own application process.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said that Skills for Chicagoland’s Future continues to innovate new ways to assist the long-term unemployed through a public-private partnership that is win for job seekers, businesses and the City.

Marie Trzupek Lynch, president and CEO of Skills for Chicagoland’s Future, said that both employees and employers want and need the stability that comes with predictable and uninterrupted year-round work, and Optimum Employment delivers that stability.

Elliot Greenberger, general manager of Divvy, said SCF developed this pilot once they recognized that bike share operations slow down in winter just as retail picks up for the holiday season. Greenberger said they are not only excited about the prospect of retaining talent from year to year, but also about offering their rebalancers employment options when Divvy scales down.

Charlene White, program manager, Gap Inc. for Community Colleges, said that partnering with a strong local employer like Divvy with similar skill set needs ensures that they will be able to look forward to a consistent pipeline of talent for their peak-season hiring needs.

The key to the success of the Optimum Employment program is that the two companies are from disparate sectors but require workers with similar qualifications. This approach is therefore easily replicable and can be expanded to include a wide variety of seasonal employers.

SCF is already exploring partnerships with other seasonal employers in the Chicago area, pending the success of the pilot program.

They may also expand the program to the five other U.S. metropolitan areas where both Gap and Alta Bicycle Share operate (Boston, New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Washington D.C., and Columbus, OH) and in Melbourne, Australia.

Indiana Economic Development Corp Stillinnoying Chicago

The Indiana Economic Development Corporation originally launched its rather well received Illinnoyed campaign in spring 2011 that targeted Illinois businesses, urging them to relocate across the state line to Indiana.

Stillinnoyed IEDC campaign

Stillinnoyed campaign (photo – IEDC)

The IEDC is back again, this time with “Stillinnoyed” billboards and digital advertisements.

The Stillinnoyed marketing campaign, highlighting the relative benefits companies in the Chicago region stand to gain by operating in Indiana’s business climate, is set to run for eight weeks throughout Chicagoland.

The ads say “STILLINNOYED? No wonder” and refer people to the AStateThatWorks.com website, which tells site visitors why Indiana is a state that works for business, and how Indiana ranks against other states.

Indiana Secretary of Commerce Victor Smith said that Indiana offers companies the ultimate upper hand, with more affordable business costs and lower taxes just minutes from downtown Chicago.

According to the IEDC, 40 Illinois companies have made plans in recent years to relocate all or parts of their operations to Indiana, accounting for a total of more than $423 million in capital investment and more than 3,600 new jobs.

Last week, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed a tax reform bill that reduces the state’s corporate income tax in phases down to 4.9 percent, the second lowest tax rate in the nation.

Stillinnoyed digital billboards will be prominently visible at the Ogilvie Transportation Center, a rail station in Chicago’s West Loop which serves 111,300 daily visitors. Billboards will be placed at an exit off the Kennedy Expressway which goes into the city‚Äôs financial district.

Billboard ads targeting business executives will also be placed near Chicago Midway International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport, and Chicago Executive Airport which is the primary base for corporate jets landing and taking off just northwest of Chicago.

The Stillinnoyed campaign complements the ongoing “A State That Works” national campaign launched by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation in spring 2013 targeting businesses in high-tax states.

At that time, Smith said that as Indiana separates itself from the competition, it was important for the state to communicate to corporate decision makers how Indiana’s pro-growth climate works for their company’s growth and success.

Fort Worth, Texas Signs Economic Development Agreements With Four Companies

The City Council of Fort Worth, Texas has approved economic development agreements for four projects that will pump tens of millions of dollars into the local economy and help create and retain hundreds of jobs.

Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX (photo – fortworthtexas.gov)

MillerCoors, the second largest brewery in the United States, is planning an expansion of its already significant operations in Fort Worth.

MillerCoors has a one million square-foot brewery on a 43-acre site. The company is now planning a three-phase expansion to add machinery and equipment and upgrade the facility.

In the first phase, MillerCoors will be investing $22.5 million by Dec 31 2014, and commits to retaining at least 555 full-time equivalent jobs at the brewery. In the second and third phases, the company will invest another $24.5 million each in 2015 and 2016, for a total of $71.5 million by Dec 31, 2016.

As per the 10-year agreement crafted by the Fort Worth Economic Development Department and approved by the City Council, MillerCoors will get a 50 percent rebate on incremental business personal property taxes.

The value of this incentive works out to around $$735,300 during the 10-year agreement period. If the company goes through with Phase II and III, the value of the tax rebate incentives over the 10-year period will go up to $2.7 million.

The second project that was approved for incentives was an expansion by yogurt maker Dannon Co. The company is expanding to enable addition of new product lines, and will be creating 35 new jobs. The five year agreement approved by the City Council will enable Dannon to save about $320,625 in taxes.

Paulos Properties LLC, which is redeveloping the Texas & Pacific Railway Addition into an office and behavioral health treatment center, is getting a five-year tax abatement under the city’s Neighborhood Empowerment Zone Tax Abatement Policy.

Paulos Properties plans to invest $517,343 into the redevelopment, and will be getting a tax abatement of $4,423.28 per year, or $22,116.41 over the five-year agreement period.

The fourth project approved for incentives is a consolidation by Houston-based Victory Packaging of two of its Dallas facilities into a single new 325,000-square-foot facility. Victory Packaging will be investing $12.5 million and creating at least 60 full-time equivalent jobs by June 2015.

In return, the 10-year economic development agreement between Fort Worth and Victory Packaging L.P. gives the company a 50 percent rebate of city tax on the incremental value of real and business personal property on the new site, and the city has agreed to waive $75,000 in permit fees.

BMW Announces $1B South Carolina Expansion for X7 Production

BMW announced a plan to invest $1 billion for an expansion of the company’s plant in South Carolina to enable production of the BMW X7.

BMW factory in South Carolina

BMW factory in South Carolina (photo – bmwusfactory.com)

As a result of this investment, the Greer plant’s annual production capacity will increase from the current 300,000 to 450,000 vehicles by the end of 2016.

The expansion will create 800 new jobs at the site, taking the total onsite workforce at the BMW Greer plant to 8,800.

BMW Group Chairman Dr. Norbert Reithofer and BMW Manufacturing President Manfred Erlacher were joined for the announcement by U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.

This is BMW’s first full automobile manufacturing facility outside Germany, and it remains the company’s only manufacturing facility in the U.S.

When BMW first announced their plans for an automobile manufacturing plant in Spartanburg in 1992, it was supposed to be a $500 million project that would establish a 1.5 million-square-foot facility and create 2,000 jobs.

After the fastest startup in automobile history, the first vehicle – a white 318i, rolled out of the plant in Sept 1994. BMW now employs nearly 8,000 people and has invested more than $6 billion into their South Carolina operations, not including this latest $1 billion and the 800 new jobs.

The previous major expansion before this was in 2008, when BMW poured in $750 million and ramped up the total space under roof on the 1,200-acre site to more than four million square feet.

The plant now produces 1,100 vehicles daily, and more than 2.6 million vehicles have rolled out of the plant since that first 318i. In 2013, a total of 297,326 BMW vehicles (X3, X5, X5 M, X6 and X6 M) rolled out of Spartanburg.

Apart from the direct jobs and investment, the ripple effect the plant has on the South Carolina economy is also huge. According to a new study published by the Moore School of Business at USC, the economic impact of BMW’s annual activities in South Carolina exceeds $16.6 billion.

The study concludes that BMW supports more than 30,000 jobs in South Carolina, with more than three jobs created elsewhere in the state when BMW adds a new job.

An earlier study by the Moore School of Business also suggested that BMW’s contribution to South Carolina economic development goes beyond job creation and capital investment, and also enhances the state’s innovative capacity, such as the BMW Information Technology Research Center at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU‐ICAR).

The report also suggests that BMW contributes to South Carolina’s tourism and external exposure due to the presence of the BMW Performance Driving School and the vehicle delivery center at the site that attract thousands of discerning consumers and tourists.

Ford Announces $500M Investment With 300 Jobs for Lima Engine Plant in Ohio

Ford is making economic developers very happy in Ohio. Earlier this month, it was the Cleveland region that was abuzz over Ford moving truck production from Mexico to the Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake, OH.

Ford Lima Engine Plant factsheet

Ford Lima Engine Plant (photo – ford.com)

This time, it’s the Allen Economic Development Group (AEDG) that will feel the warm glow of a major Ford expansion, because Ford just announced an investment of $500 million for upgrading their Lima Engine Plant in Lima, Ohio.

The expansion will create 300 new jobs at the facility.

The facility upgrade and equipment will enable production of the all-new 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine for the Ford 2015 F-150.

Joe Hinrichs, Ford president of The Americas, said the hardworking Lime Engine team is thrilled to begin building one of the most technologically advanced engines ever designed for the No.1 truck in America.

The $500 million that Ford is spending will go towards establishing a new flexible engine assembly system, and renovation of 700,000 square feet in the facility for assembly and machining functions.

The Lima Engine Plant, which opened in 1957, is already one of the largest employers in Allen County with 825 hourly workers and 123 salaried employees.

The plant has 2.4 million square feet of space across 280 acres – equivalent to 48 football fields. An engine rolls off the assembly line at LEP once every 30 seconds, and the 40millionth engine produced by the plant is scheduled to roll out later this year.

Bruce Hettle, Ford vice president, North America manufacturing, said that Lima Engine has kept Lincoln and Ford vehicles running for nearly 60 years, and bringing production of the 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine to this plant will help build a solid future for Ford as well as the decided workers in Ohio.

This expansion plan in Lima follows on the heels of an earlier announcement this month that Ford is moving production of their 2016 F-650 and F-750 medium-duty trucks from Mexico to the Ohio Assembly Plant (OHAP) in Avon Lake near Cleveland.

That move secured the future of more than 1,700 employees at the plant, in addition to a $168 million investment by Ford for retooling.

Jimmy Settles, UAW vice president, National Ford Department, said the 300 new jobs being created at the Lima Engine Plant will provide a major boost to the community, and continue the F-150’s reputation as one of the most American-made vehicles.

Film and Television Incentives Bill Moves Forward in Florida Senate

A bill that will comprehensively restructure the way Florida supports its entertainment industry moved forward in the State Senate after successfully clearing a crucial Senate committee vote.

Florida film and television production incentives

Florida film and television production incentives (photo – FL Office of Film & Entertainment)

SB 1640 moves the state’s Office of Film and Entertainment into Enterprise Florida, the official Florida economic development organization.

The new division within Enterprise Florida will be renamed as the Division of Film and Entertainment, with revised rules for film tax credit eligibility, the application process, annual allocation and distribution of tax credits, reporting requirements, etc.

Most importantly, the bill extends the incentive program for another four years and expands it to provide $300 million in available tax credits.

Florida’s film and television incentive program was first created in 2003 as the Entertainment Industry Financial Incentive Program.

The legislation was intended to be used as a means to promote Florida as a site for production of films, television shows, commercials, digital media and other entertainment productions; and to sustain and grow the workforce, studios and other infrastructure required for the entertainment industry.

The current incentive program began on July 1, 2010 as a six-year program that will expire on June 30, 2016. Over these six years, the program offers a total of $296 million in tax credits, which has already been used up.

If approved, SB 1640 would extend the program through to 2020. It also provides $50 million in additional tax credits for each fiscal year from FY 2014-15 through to FY 2019-20, for a total of $300 million in available tax credits.

SB 1640 was introduced in the State Senate as a committee bill by the Commerce and Tourism Committee, and has just been approved by the Senate Governmental Oversight and Accountability Committee.

The bill still has a couple of hoops to jump through in the Senate and the House, and then their versions will need to be reconciled. The Florida House version (HB983), filed by Rep. Manny Diaz Jr., takes it a whole lot further, offering $200 million per fiscal year from FY 2014-15 onwards.

A report released last month by Film Florida, a non-profit association that promotes Florida’s film and entertainment industries, says that the incentive program returns back $5 to the State for every $1 in tax credits issued.

According to the report, the incentive program supports $7.2 billion in production spending and induced tourism across Florida, and supports 87,870 jobs with $2.3 billion in labor income.

The report says that 19.5 percent of all visitors to Florida indicated that seeing a television series or film that was filmed in Florida contributed to their decision to visit.

Leah Sokolowsky, president of Film Florida, said the incentive program attracts a significant number of entertainment projects, and in turn, Florida gains direct and indirect jobs, tax revenue, and film-induced tourism dollars.

Collaboration With GE Brings Quirky and 180 Jobs to Schenectady, NY

NYC-based invention company Quirky is opening a new office in Schenectady, NY. The company is taking up two floors in a downtown building, and plans to create 180 new jobs at the new office within the next three years.

Quirky

Photo – Quirky.com

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said that Quirky’s decision to build a new office in Schenectady means hundreds of jobs for the area and increased business activity in the region.

Quirky was founded in 2009 with a plan to make invention accessible by turning brilliant ideas real people have into a finished product and taking it to the marketplace.

The company is headquartered in New York City, and they have an office in Hong Kong. This latest expansion in Schenectady is the result of a collaboration between Quirky and General Electric.

Quirky and GE teamed up last year to develop a line of app-enabled products dreamed up by Quirky community members from around the world. As of now, they have created five smart products, including the recently launched Aros airconditioner that is WI-Fi enabled.

The two companies plan to continue collaborating and introduce revolutionary products for the connected home marketplace.

GE, formed in 1892 by the merger of Edison General Electric Company with Thomson-Houston Electric Company, was incorporated in Schenectady.

Quirky Founder and CEO Ben Kaufman said that GE and Schenectady gave the world electricity, the steam turbine, the first television broadcast and dozens of other transformative inventions.

Kaufman added that they are really excited about joining this community, which continues to be a world leader in manufacturing and technology, and continue Schenectady’s tradition of innovation.

Mark Little, senior vice president and chief technology officer of GE, said that Quirky’s decision to come to Schenectady will deepen the partnership GE has established with Quirky during the past year.

Little added that the Quirky team’s close proximity to GE engineers and scientists will help them take innovation to the far reaches of crowdsourcing and the Internet to reach inventive minds and spawn great ideas to impact and change our world.

Quirky‚Äôs expansion into Schenectady was facilitated with a package of state and local incentives. Empire State Development (ESD) has offered the company $500,000 in tax credits under the Excelsior Jobs Program, linked to Quirky’s job creation and investment commitments.

The Schenectady County Metroplex Development Authority which handles Schenectady economic development projects chipped in with a $450,000 grant to help Quirky establish the new office.

Purdue University helps Indiana Land $100M GE Aviation Jet Engine Assembly Facility

GE Aviation will break ground this year on a $100 million jet engine assembly facility in Lafayette, Indiana.

Gov. Mike Pence at GE Aviation jet engine assembly facility announcement in Lafayette, IN

Gov. Mike Pence at GE Aviation jet engine assembly facility announcement in Lafayette, IN (photo – geaviation.com)

The announcement was made jointly by Indiana Governor Mike Pence and David Joyce, president and chief executive officer of GE Aviation.

The 225,000 square-foot plant will be assembling the new LEAP engine from CFM International, and will create up to 200 new jobs by 2020. The new jobs will have average wages of $36 per hour.

CFM is a joint venture between GE Aviation and Snecma, a division of France-based Safran. CFM already has orders and commitments for more than 6,000 LEAP jet engines.

LEAP is still in the development stage, and it won’t even enter service until 2016. LEAP engines will be powering everything from the Airbus A320neo to the Boeing 737 MAX and the COMAC C919.

The new facility in the Park 350 industrial park is located just minutes away from Purdue University in West Lafayette, which has a rich history of collaboration with GE Aviation and its parent General Electric Co. More than 1,200 Purdue alumni are employed by GE, including 400 by GE Aviation.

GE has provided more than $2.5 million in funding for R&D projects at Purdue over the past five years. There has already been a meeting between GE Aviation executives and Purdue leaders about how the university can be aligned more closely with the new Lafayette facility.

GE plans to use the new facility as a catalyst for talent recruitment and identifying research capabilities.

From Indiana’s point of view, the presence of Purdue and its history of collaboration with GE was a big factor in landing this $100 million plant.

Mitch Daniels, president of Purdue University, said that in today’s world, a strong research university is the best economic magnet a state can have, and this announcement is the perfect example of that principle in action.

Another factor that helped was the $3.3 million in conditional tax credits offered by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation to GE Aviation for facilitating the project.

The company will also get up to $332,000 in training grants to assist with job creation plans. IEDC will furthermore help the community with up to $1.35 million for infrastructure improvements.

Tippecanoe County and the City of Lafayette will consider additional local incentives.

Joyce said they are grateful to the entire Indiana team in ensuring that the Lafayette assembly plant will soon be up and running.

GE already has four other existing facilities in Indiana with a combined workforce of around 1,700. The company distributes more than $440 million through its supply chain in Indiana, helping support another 1,500 supplier jobs.

Stone Brewing Co Site Selection by Facebook

Back in January, Escondido, CA-based craft beer maker Stone Brewing Co announced that it was searching for a site for brewery operations on the east coast.

Bring Stone to Myrtle Beach

Bring Stone to Myrtle Beach (photo – MBEDC)

The company is planning to invest $20 million in the initial phase, and the project is expected to create around 370 jobs.

The site must be able to accommodate 130,000 square feet of space for brewing, packaging and distribution operations, with enough room for expanding to 220,000 square feet.

The project also needs space for an on-site or adjacent hospitality facility including a Stone World Bistro, beer garden and a retail store.

Interested cities were asked to respond to this RFP by March 15, 2014, and the company is now in the process of shortlisting sites from all the proposals that have been submitted.

The company has contacted state economic development agencies, and no doubt the usual site selection process with site visits and negotiations will play out.

But the whole process took an interesting detour in the interim to Facebook, in part because one of the questions that needed to be answered in the RFP was “Why Stone Brewing Co. would be a good fit for this location and community?”

One after the other, the economic development agencies of Myrtle Beach, Charlotte, Greensboro, Roanoke and other cities competing for the project took to Facebook and created pages to rally the community and show Stone Brewing Co. how much support a craft brewery would have in the city.

The Myrtle Beach Economic Development Corporation (MBEDC) set up Stone Brewed on the Beach, which says “Myrtle Beach needs more breweries and we need you! Show your support and help bring the finest craft brew to the Grand Strand!”

They’re also pushing it on the main MBEDC Facebook page, asking people to like and share the Stone Brewed on the Beach page if they want to support job creation in Myrtle Beach and Horry County.

It seems to be working, because the page was created on March 11, 2014 and already has nearly 5,000 likes.

The Charlotte Chamber’s economic development team set up the Bring Stone Co. to Charlotte page on Facebook. They‚Äôve got 1,350 likes so far.

The Charlotte Regional Partnership, which serves as the regional economic development agency for the 16-county Charlotte region, has separately set up a website (stonebrewcharlotteusa.com). Stories about Charlotte’s efforts to snag the brewery can be followed on Twitter under the hashtag #StoneGoToCUSA.

All this is more than enough for the Charlotte team to put in front of Stone executives to prove the support base that exists in the city for the brewery.

The Greensboro Partnership set up the Show Stone Brewing Greensboro’s Home page, which now has more than 2,150 likes. They‚Äôre working with the City of Greensboro and other community partners to recruit Stone Brewing Co. to Greensboro.

Roanoke has the Stone Brewing Co.: YES Roanoke is Worthy page, which has more than 1,780 likes. There are many more east coast cities interested in the project, including Charleston, SC; Norfolk, VA; Bethlehem, PA; and Wilmington, NC, among others.

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