Anomatic Invested $11 Million On An Albany, Ohio, Manufacturing Facility, Creating 183 Jobs
Anomatic joins other manufacturers at the city's Personal Care and Beauty Campus at New Albany Business Park. "We're excited about Anomatic becoming a part of the Beauty and Personal Care Campus," said New Albany spokesman Scott McAfee. "Each company at this campus is playing a role in creating a vertical supply chain to quickly and cost effectively turn concepts into actual products on shelves. Businesses worldwide are taking note, and this campus has brought more than 1,000 new jobs to our region and our state in the last year alone."
"Anomatic's re-commitment to this region is noteworthy," said Kenny McDonald, Chief Economic Officer, Columbus2020.
According to the firm the plant, which plans to create 183 jobs in three years, is located 15 miles from the company's headquarters in Newark, Ohio. It features two brand new anodizing systems and is home to the company's Innovation and Technical Design Center.
Anomatic officials said its new proprietary anodizing systems protect the environment will remaining true to the original Anomatic system patented in 1967.
New technologies are designed to reduce energy dependence, and potable water usage through enhanced rinse technologies. A new water purification system recaptures and reuses runoff. The additional capacity will allow the company to offer industry leading lead times and increase speed to market
"Our focus is to take care of our customers' and partners", said William B. Rusch, Senior Advisor of Anomatic Corporation. "We are proud to serve the local community and work with the city of New Albany, Columbus 2020, and Columbia Gas to achieve new heights with innovation and speed-to-market."
Terasaki Institute For Biomedical Innovation Expands Research With Woodland Hills, Michigan, Facility
Streamline Manufacturing Producing Hand Sanitizer for Navajo Nation During COVID-19 Fight
Emerson Plans $100 Million Expansion at Boulder, Colorado, Research and Production Campus
2019 Leading Metro Locations: Pacific and South-Atlantic Metros Dominate the List
How Is the Pandemic Affecting Location Decisions in the Food & Beverage Industry?
A “Now, Next, Later” Approach for Dealing with Pandemic Challenges
The Future of Manufacturing Site Selection is Connected
Redevelopment of Former Coal Plant Sites
34th Annual Corporate Survey & the 16th Annual Consultants Survey