Albany International Grows in Rochester, NH
New investment by the company in existing operations also is expected to create an additional 200 jobs, Gov. John Lynch said.
â€śThis is an exciting time for the city of Rochester, and an exciting time for the state of New Hampshire,â€ť Lynch said. â€śThese are good paying jobs at a great company, and these are exactly the kinds of job creation weâ€™ve been working toward. This is really a significant investment by Albany in New Hampshire.â€ť
Lynch also announced that Albany International will be moving its corporate headquarters and leadership team from New York to Rochester during the next few years. The stateâ€™s community college system also will be working with Albany Engineered Composites to provide job training for candidate workers at the AEC facility.