Hahn Bros. Expands Carroll County, Maryland, Operations
The company will construct a new 54,000 square-foot facility located on 10 acres at the corner of Maryland 482 and Panther Drive in Hampstead.
“As a company rooted in family values, we are thrilled to announce our ongoing growth and flourishing partnership with Carroll County. At Hahn’s, we take great pride in our commitment to serving our community and delivering exceptional meat products. Through our expansion, we are excited to continue this journey of growth, working hand in hand with our Carroll County family to meet the evolving needs of our customers,” said Hahn’s Assistant General Manager Amanda Ladzinski.
To assist with project costs, the Maryland Department of Commerce is working to approve a $400,000 conditional loan through Advantage Maryland, and is providing a $25,000 workforce training grant through its Partnership for Workforce Quality program. Carroll County Economic Development has also been working with Hahn’s on its expansion plans over the last few years.
“Hahn’s has made its mark on Maryland for more than a century, and we hope this expansion will give it the room needed for another one hundred years in business,” noted Maryland Department of Commerce Secretary Kevin Anderson. “We look forward to watching the company continue growing as it expands its footprint in Carroll County.”
Hahn’s sells its high quality meat products at local grocers and restaurants throughout the region.
“Hahn’s site search included out-of-state options, and its decision to remain in Carroll County is a testament to our pro-business environment and the quality of our workforce,” added Carroll County Director of Economic Development Jack Lyburn. “I want to thank Hahn’s for its continued investment in Carroll County.”
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