DWE Relocates Headquarters-Manufacturing To Belcamp, Maryland
A growing engineering and manufacturing company with 50 associates, DWE will invest more than $2.3 million into a new 45,000 square-foot building on Brass Mill Road.
“We are grateful to have continued growth and extremely pleased that our expansion is able to provide additional employment opportunities in Harford County,” said Dave Wheatley, CEO & President of DWE.
As an incentive to assist with project costs, the Maryland Department of Commerce has approved a $120,000 conditional loan through the Maryland Economic Development Assistance Authority and Fund (MEDAAF). Additionally, the Harford County Office of Economic Development is allocating up to $12,000 through its Workforce Technical Training Program. The company is also eligible for various tax credits including the Maryland Job Creation Tax Credit.
“Maryland Commerce is proud to support DWE’s expansion and plans to create 40 new jobs,” said Maryland Department of Commerce Secretary Mike Gill. “Maryland has worked with numerous manufacturers over the past two years to help them expand operations in our state and we are pleased to be able to work with our county partners to ensure these companies remain and thrive in Maryland.”
Since its founding in 1990, DWE engineers have supported the development of life-support products for the biotech, defense, and aerospace industries. The company makes a variety of items ranging from pea-sized components to 400 foot-long vehicle harness assemblies.
Most of its early defense work has been in the innovation of engineered polymers for the nuclear, biological, and chemical protection and detection field. DWE’s new operations include critical technology injection molding as well as self-contained breathing apparatus breathing systems.
“Since January 2015, Maryland has added more than 100,000 new jobs thanks to companies like DWE that are choosing to expand in our state,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “The fact that DWE plans to nearly double their number of employees over the next four years shows that we are making tremendous progress in expanding economic opportunity in all regions of Maryland.”
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