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State Representative Bill Reineke (R-Tiffin) has announced that the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) has approved a project that is expected to create 18 new full-time jobs at Tiffin Metal Products Company.


During its monthly meeting, held on March 30th, the TCA approved a 35-percent, five-year Job Creation Tax Credit for the project. In addition to creating 18 full-time jobs, the expansion is also expected to generate $684,000 in additional annual payroll and retain $4.8 million in existing payroll.


“This is just another sign that when people come together, we can create jobs, move the economy forward, and make our communities a better place to live, work and raise a family,” Rep. Reineke said. “Folks like Will Heddles from Tiffin Metal Products, David Zak from Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corporation, and others have brought great energy and excitement to the Tiffin business community. It’s extremely exciting because I know there are other businesses and entrepreneurs in our area that can create similar growth.”


This is one of 12 approved projects statewide, which are expected to create 661 jobs and result in more than $31 million in new payroll.

 
 
 
  
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