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INEOS Enterprises Plans Dublin-Grandview Heights, Ohio, Operations

INEOS Enterprises, a global chemical company and division of INEOS Group, plans to establish its North American headquarters in metro Columbus, Ohio. The $24.5 million project is expected to create 50 jobs.

The company will move operations from Baltimore, Wichita, and Houston to a site at 955 Yard Street in Grandview Heights. Additionally, INEOS will continue to operate their Dublin lab while investing in a new 65,500-square-foot-laboratory.

“As the global economy evolves, so does INEOS Enterprises,” said Andrew Beer, Senior Vice President, Americas at INEOS Composites. “By far, the Columbus Region made the most sense as we consolidated our North American headquarters operations for this business. At the same time, growing demand and need for technical solutions is driving our investment in a new laboratory in Dublin that will strengthen our capabilities to better serve our customers.”

INEOS Enterprises is a global market leader in the production of intermediary chemicals. The company has a diverse portfolio of chemical products that are used as an essential input into chemical value chains across a broad variety of end markets and sectors, such as paints, coatings, composites, construction, automotive, packaging, and medical devices.

“A globally successful chemical company choosing Grandview and Dublin as the home North American office and research operations speaks to the value Ohio provides businesses worldwide and the incredible collaboration they find here before choosing the best location to invest,” noted J.P. Nauseef, President and CEO of JobsOhio. “Filling vacant office space has become a nationwide challenge in the post-Covid economy, so the decision by INEOS Enterprises to make the Columbus Region their North American headquarters says a lot about what Ohio has to offer.”

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