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Italy-Based UNOX Establishes Corporate Headquarters In Lincoln County, North Carolina

Italy-based UNOX, Inc., a producer of professional commercial ovens sold worldwide, will relocate its U.S. Corporate Headquarters to the Airlie Business Park in Lincoln County, North Carolina.

Michael Conway, President/CEO of UNOX, Inc. said, “We are very excited to be relocating our U.S. Corporate Headquarters to Lincoln County as we continue our tremendous growth. From the beginning of our search process, everyone involved has been extremely helpful and has worked very hard to ensure that we found a site that didn’t just meet our needs but exceeded our expectations."

According to the Lincoln Economic Development Association, UNOX will purchase the Airlie I shell building plus an adjacent site to create a headquarters and future manufacturing campus at its Lincoln County location. UNOX expects to be operational in Lincoln County during the second quarter of 2017.

The Airlie Business Park was an initiative created by the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners with a subsequent public-private partnership collaboration between the Board, Denver Construction, Inc. and the landowner, Ingleside Real Estate Investment Partners, to construct a shell building, LEDA officials said.

“Lincoln County welcomes UNOX to our community and we look forward to many years of successful growth. We appreciate their confidence in Lincoln County and investment in Airlie Business Park”, said Cecelia Martin, Chairman of the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners.

“This is wonderful news and a testament to what executives see when they look at Lincoln County as a possible relocation destination. We have a well trained workforce, available properties and an economic development team at LEDA that does what it takes to accommodate companies like UNOX who want to grow in a very friendly business and manufacturing environment” said State House Representative Jason Saine.

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