Skip to main content

Success Stories

Ross Aluminum to add jobs in Sidney

SIDNEY—A new owner will revitalize Ross Aluminum in Sidney, creating 175 jobs and investing $5.4 million in Ross’s Sidney operations.

“Ross Aluminum is a strong addition to our manufacturing portfolio” said Pancho Hall, CEO and Chairman of P&THE. “We’re excited for the opportunity to grow our Sidney operations here and draw from the skilled workforce in Shelby County and beyond. We’re grateful for the support of our local partners and JobsOhio.”


PIQUA— Winans LLC, known as Winans Chocolates + Coffees, will expand its downtown Piqua footprint with the addition of a 6,000 square foot building next to its current production facility that will serve as a coffee roasting facility.

The project is expected to create 6 new jobs and represents a capital investment of more than $600,000. JobsOhio awarded the project a $100,000 JobsOhio Revitalization Grant.


St. Marys — Loc Performance Products announced plans to expand their operational footprint and workforce at their manufacturing facility in St. Marys, Ohio. This expansion will involve creating 250 new jobs and retaining 450 current jobs in the next five years.

Headquartered in Plymouth, Michigan, Loc Performance Products designs, develops, and manufactures CNC-machined components and assemblies for drivetrain and suspension systems used in both military and commercial industries.

Bolstered by Economic Incentives, Infinity Labs Announces the Selection of Formal Headquarters in Dayton, OH

Infinity proudly announces the selection of Dayton, OH as its corporate headquarters. With job growth of nearly 50 employees in less than two years and projections of 160 employees in the next three, Infinity plans to open a transformative research and development facility in the heart of Dayton’s innovation epicenter, the Downtown Arcade district.

World Leader in Food Packaging Opens R&D Center, Establishing U.S. Operations in Washington Court House

The Plastilene Group, a global leader in development and production of high-quality, responsible packaging, is launching a $47-million research and development center in Washington Court House. The new Sustainable Food Packaging Innovation Center, which is also the company's first U.S. operation, will create 58 new jobs and $3.8 million in new payroll.

City of Kettering and JobsOhio Award Funding to Miami Valley Research Park Building

The City of Kettering approved an Economic Incentive Grant for the modernization of 1900 Founders Drive.
“The investment in this property will allow us to market the site to businesses and site selection consultants as a premier office location,” said Chris Semarjian, Industrial Commercial Properties Owner. “We’re grateful for the support from Kettering, JobsOhio, the Dayton Development Coalition and their vision for the site.”

Subscribe to Success Stories

We use cookies on our website to support technical features that enhance your user experience.

We also use analytics & advertising services. To opt-out click for more information.