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Bdtronic Expands Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Operations

bdtronic, a global supplier of automated production machines, plans to expand its operations in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. The project is expected to create 60 jobs over the next five years.

The project is being supported by a Department of Commerce’s Quality Jobs Incentive.

“With bdtronic’s leading position as a supplier to this market, we have undertaken a rapid growth strategy and are pleased to partner with Oklahoma in being approved for the Quality Jobs Incentive,” says Michael Yarnall, President of bdtronic.

“As a leader and supplier in a highly specialized sector, the expansion of bdtronic is a huge win for Broken Arrow and Oklahoma,” noted executive director of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce Hopper Smith. “bdtronic has proven its commitment to the local community with the addition of 60 high-quality jobs and Commerce is pleased to be the agency that offers incentives that allow for growth and retention of our existing companies.”

bdtronic is a machine manufacturer for Dispensing, Impregnation & Powder Coating, Hot Riveting and Plasma Technology. The company provides turnkey solutions for chemical processes to manufacturers in the automotive, electric and electronics industry, medical technology and renewable energy. bdtronic currently has five production facilities in Germany, Italy and USA.

“bdtronic’s receipt of the Quality Jobs Incentive is not just a win for their company, but a resounding victory for Broken Arrow,” added Jennifer Conway, President and CEO of Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation. “The creation of 60 high-quality jobs over the next five years is a testament to the company’s commitment to growth.”

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