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American Heavy Plates Solutions Expands Monroe County, Ohio, Operations

American Heavy Plates Solutions, a supplier of made to order heavy carbon and alloy steel plates and finished parts, plans to expand operations in Monroe County, Ohio.

The $10 million project will include a new finishing facility, increased production of current product offerings, as well as open production of new products.

“American Heavy Plates is proud to have established a notable presence in Southeast Ohio in a very short period of time and is also excited to announce this new round of investments that will increase our capabilities and create new jobs in the area,” said Roxana Stoicea, American Heavy Plates CFO. “We are happy to offer jobs such as crane operators, flame cutting specialists, and electricians, just to name a few, to qualified individuals.”

The project is being supported by a tax credit from the Ohio Tax Credit Authority. JobsOhio is assisting through a JobsOhio Grant. OhioSE helped the company through the process necessary to obtain assistance. The Monroe County Port Authority, which owns the Hannibal Industrial Park, is also offering support for the project.

“American Heavy Plate Solutions’ continued growth at its Monroe County facility demonstrates the company’s confidence in Southeast Ohio’s manufacturing talent,” noted JobsOhio President and CEO J.P. Nauseef. “This latest investment will bring cutting-edge machinery and equipment that will boost American Heavy Plate Solution’s efficiencies and capacity as demand rises across sector lines for its high-quality steel plates.”

American Heavy Plates Solutions is a supplier of made to order heavy carbon and alloy steel plates and finished parts. The company focuses on rapid production, processing and distribution of heavy plates and plate parts for everything from bridges to submarines.

“We congratulate American Heavy Plates Solutions on the expansion of operations in Monroe County,” addedOhioSE vice president, Katy Farber. “This part of the OhioSE region has a strong presence in supplying the manufacturing industry with steel product and this growth keeps the company competitive while adding jobs and new investment.”

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