Across the Buckeye State, a new era unfolds for Ohio's economy as innovations are supported by a solid foundation for business.
The Canadian automotive supplier will invest $20 million to establish a new manufacturing facility in Toledo, OH, its first U.S. facility.
Attracted to the region’s diverse and skilled workforce, the company will hire 35 people to work in its new $570,000 facility in Maumee, OH.
General Motors will invest $700 million and create more than 450 manufacturing jobs at its operations in Toledo, Parma and Moraine.
The Japanese company moved into an existing 62,000-square-foot facility in Toledo, OH, where it will create at least 30 new jobs.
The mining and natural resources company will invest $700 million and create 130 permanent jobs in Northwest Ohio.