Ohio’s affordability, proximity to automotive OEMs among key reasons for the leading global tier-one automotive supplier’s investment. Marelli announced it will open a greenfield manufacturing plant in Bowling Green, Ohio, to support new business for the company’s Interiors Unit. The facility will bring approximately 75 new jobs to the region, with construction expected to be complete in early 2021.

Adler Pelzer Group (APG) will expand its operations into the market by taking over a 100,000 square-foot facility in Northwest, Ohio. With headquarters in Germany, the automotive supplier will invest $10 million into its operations and create approximately 80 new jobs, with the future possibility of further expansion and job creation. “We selected this location because this region offered a site that was ready for our company to start-up immediately and we definitely saw a favorable business environment,” said Alberto Buniato, president of the NAFTA business unit for Adler Pelzer Group.

Cérélia announced plans to expand its operations in the central Ohio region with a new production facility. The company is investing over $29 million and will begin with 120 employees. First production at the new site will start in Q1 2021.

Cérélia will build a new 150,000-square-foot production facility in Whitehall to meet existing and future customer demand, with a groundbreaking scheduled for late June. The company’s investment will be used for the facility’s construction, machinery and equipment upgrades, additional production lines and employee training. Cérélia selected the Columbus Region after considering other markets in North America.

Mediagenix establishes its hub of the Americas in Florida

Mediagenix is a Belgian privately owned company with +30 mln€ turnover that develops, implements and supports broadcast management systems.  The company that services globally +90 of the key media groups and over 2000 channels, started a new operation in Florida, USA to cover the North and South American market.

Through Successful Partnership with City of Mason, Global Leading Automation Technology Provider Will Almost Triple Existing Facility - Festo Announces New $90 Million Investment, Bringing Unprecedented Growth in Advanced Automation Technology to Mason, Ohio

The City of Mason and Festo, a German-based global corporation specializing in advanced automation technology for more than 40 industries, today announced the company will expand its existing state-of-the-art Regional Service and Manufacturing Center in Mason by approximately 350,000 square feet, nearly tripling the company’s capacity in logistics, production and industrial training solutions offered through its Festo Didactic Learning Center, which serves manufacturing companies and colleges throughout the Tristate. Construction will be conducted in two phases and is expected to be completed by 2024. The company also plans to add 350 jobs in the fields of engineering, mechatronics, purchasing and material management, as well as production and logistics operations, over the next five years.

JobsOhio announced Nanogate SE, a Germany-based global specialist in design-oriented high-tech surfaces and components, will establish a new R&D center in Mansfield. Nanogate Jay Systems, the company’s U.S. subsidiary, plans to add the R&D center to its existing facility, where more than 400 employees design and manufacture high-quality automotive lighting and interior components for major automotive manufacturers in the United States, Europe and Asia. JobsOhio is supporting the project with a $2 million R&D Center Grant.

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