DimcoGray Uses Tax Credits to Expand in Centerville, Ohio
The company, which produces knobs and handles for a variety of industries, announced last fall that they would being a $4 million project to purchase new equipment, reconfigure its facility, and build an access road.
DimcoGray laid off 13 workers at that time after a significant sales drop. It currently employs approximately 50 people.
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