Alliance Automation Plans Van Wert Ohio, Manufacturing Plant
The company will construct a new 80,000 square-foot building, consolidating its office, warehouse and manufacturing operations into one facility. Construction is expected to begin in early 2021.
“This company has deep roots in Northwest Ohio and the productivity of our workforce has allowed us to continue growing and find great success,” said Doug Wenninger, president and CEO, Alliance Automation.
Alliance Automation is made up of professionals who are experts in designing and building robotic automation systems that optimize the manufacturing processes and help companies increase throughput, Wenninger noted, adding its team of innovative thinkers, designers and builders provide solutions for business, helping to upgrade efficiency and guarantee reliability in production.
As an incentive JobsOhio plans to provide assistance to the project which will be made public after the final agreement has been executed.
Our advanced manufacturing industry across Northwest Ohio has been nationally ranked among the most productive, and it’s because of innovative companies like Alliance Automation,” said Dean Monske, president and CEO of the Regional Growth Partnership. “On behalf of JobsOhio, we congratulate and welcome their planned investment.”
The company currently has four locations employing more than 90 people. Its products have been installed at hundreds of locations across the country, as well as both Canada and Mexico.
“We want it to be easy to conduct business in Van Wert and work every day with our community partners and JobsOhio to provide the support businesses need,” said Stacy Adam, executive director, Van Wert Area Economic Development Corp. “The company’s investment will help create more jobs in our community and further position us at the forefront of the growing robotics industry.”
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