Coty Inc. Expands Manufacturing In Etna Township, Ohio
Its Etna Township facility will begin manufacturing cosmetic kits in the summer of 2016, and add 73 manufacturing jobs to the area.
“We are thrilled that Coty has chosen to expand its operations in Etna Township,” said Rob Platte, Township Administrator. "The township is committed to providing best-in-class resources and services to companies that have made it home. Today’s announcement deepens our commitment to ensuring that Coty and other manufacturers thrive and continue to grow in the area.”
Coty has successfully operated in the Columbus Region since 2010 and we are pleased to be able to expand the capabilities of our existing Etna Township operation,” said Chris Wiest, Director North America Logistics, Coty. “The Columbus Region provides many advantages for logistics operations as well as strong manufacturing resources.”
“As a top 10 market for both new capital-intensive and new labor-intensive manufacturing facilities, manufacturers in the Columbus Region benefit from the greatest access to the U.S. market, world-class resources and a competitive workforce with a unionization rate of 3.1 percent, far below peer metros and the national average,” according to Columbus 2020.
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