Tax credits bringing 1500+ jobs to Southwest Ohio, Fostoria, and Van Wert

Six companies recently won state tax credits for projects that will bring a total of more than 1,500 new jobs and millions in capital investment to Southwest and Northwest Ohio. The Journal-News reports the Tax Credit Authority approved Job Creation Tax Credits for: Deceuninck North America in Monroe, to create 85 full-time positions and make $2 million in capital investment; London Computer Systems, expected to create 150 full-time jobs with a $27 million capital investment; LISNR, to create 80 full-time jobs; and Ensemble Health Partners, to create 1,100 full-time positions. The Courier reports that French auto parts manufacturer Treves received a payroll tax credit to create 91 jobs by the end of 2020. The Lima News reports MEK Van Wert, a new machined parts manufacturer, received a tax credit to create 30 new full-time equivalent positions. For more, read the full Journal-News, Courier, and Lima News articles. 

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