IBC North America and Clean Tide Container Invest $5 Million To Open Chillicothe, Missouri, Facility
IBC North America, based in Clarkston, Michigan, manufactures industrial containers known as intermediate bulk containers. Clean Tide Container is one of the fastest growing intermediate bulk container reconditioning, collection and recycling companies in the United States.
The 50,000-square-foot facility will be the third operation center for IBC North America and the fifth for Clean Tide Container. The new Midwest facility is needed to keep up with increased demand, particularly in the agricultural sector. Their new Kansas City area location will also allow the companies to provide more efficient service to companies in the Midwest, where both IBC North America and Clean Tide Container have a strong client base.
“Missouri’s extensive resources and friendly business climate play a key role in our ability to grow here, and we thank the state for their continued support,” said Dick Harding, president and chief executive officer of IBC North America. “As we expand into Missouri, we look forward to furthering relationships with our existing Missouri clients as well as developing new partnerships.”
“The entire Kansas City region celebrates this announcement today along with the addition of more than 80 skilled manufacturing jobs,” said Bob Marcusse, president and CEO, Kansas City Area Development Council. “American manufacturing is alive and well, and the KC region is an ideal location for the industry to grow.”
The Kansas City Area Development, the city of Chillicothe, Missouri; Livingston County, Missouri; the State of Missouri; Missouri Partnership and KC SmartPort worked together to bring this project to the Kansas City region.
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