Haydon Corporation Plans Stow, Ohio, Distribution Hub
The new 254,000-square-foot facility will be located at 4847 Gray Lane and include inventory such as strut, hardware, baseboard, and rooftop materials. Operations are scheduled to begin in early 2024.
"The opening of a Midwest facility marks an important milestone in our journey, as we continue to assess our geographic presence and optimize connectivity with customers across North America," said Chad Collins, CEO and President of Haydon Corporation. "We are excited to partner with the Ohio Department of Development (ODOD) to create additional job opportunities and have a positive economic impact for the state of Ohio. The addition of the Stow facility will allow us to better provide our customers with exceptional service by shortening lead times and increasing inventory options in the Midwest."
As an incentive, the Ohio Department of Development (ODOD) approved the project for tax credit assistance.
"On behalf of everyone at Team NEO, our local partners, JobsOhio and the Ohio Department of Development, we welcome Haydon Corporation to the Northeast Ohio Region, a location that gives the company efficient access to their customers, as well as a talented workforce," noted Team NEO Chief Executive Officer Bill Koehler. "With the fourth largest interstate system in the country, the Northeast Ohio Region is an attractive destination for distribution facilities. It signals resilience and reduces risk long term, helping companies position for future growth."
Haydon Corporation is a national provider of quality metal framing, hardware, rooftop support, and baseboard heating systems for commercial and residential construction. The company currently has operations in California, New Jersey, Texas.
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