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Aditya Birla Minacs Plans to Establish A New Facility In Henrico, Virginia

Aditya Birla Minacs, a business solutions company, plans to establish a facility in Henrico, Virginia, bringing 250 jobs to the area over the next 4 months. The firm partners with global corporations in the manufacturing, retail, telecom, technology, media and entertainment, banking, insurance, healthcare and public sectors.

"When seeking a location that could provide a stable, well-educated and highly skilled workforce to meet the growing needs of our client, Richmond was a natural choice. We thank the local government and the community for welcoming us into this city and we look forward to working with them to bring new high-tech jobs to the region," said Anil Bhalla, President and Chief Operating Officer. The firm said new positions will include technical support, customer care, and management.

"Greater Richmond has a long history of hosting innovative businesses that provide support around the world and Aditya Birla Minacs will do very well as a result. Minacs is among several recent high tech companies that have decided to locate in our area due to our outstanding workforce and Mid-Atlantic location. We believe that it's a great fit for all parties. We also wish to thank the Virginia Economic Development Partnership and Virginia Department of Business Assistance, which provided site specific information and recruitment and training services," said Gregory H. Wingfield, President of the Greater Richmond Partnership, Inc.

"We are pleased to welcome Aditya Birla Minacs to Henrico County. This project will quickly bring a significant number of new jobs to Henrico utilizing the latest in information technology to deliver technical services to Minacs' growing client program; we are confident that Minacs will continue to grow and succeed in Henrico, while taking advantage of our technology-savvy workforce, affordable cost of doing business and reliable telecom infrastructure," said David Kaechele, Chairman of the Henrico County Board of Supervisors.

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