Wednesday, April 24, 2013
RONCHI America purchased a 10,000 square foot building in Hiram and expects to employ ten associates within the first twelve months, increasing to 35 as additional manufacturing capabilities are introduced to the facility.
Wednesday, April 24
Paulding County Economic Development (PCED) and RONCHI America, LLC. announced Monday that RONCHI Mario, S.p.A of Milan, Italy, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high speed flow meter based liquid filling and automated packaging machinery for the personal care, house hold cleaner and pharmaceutical industries has selected Paulding County for its new U.S. headquarters location. The facility will include RONCHI America’s administrative, sales, spare parts, service, assembly, warehouse and shipping/receiving operations. Michele Falsini, Director of U.S. Operations for RONCHI America, LLC. said the decision to locate in Paulding County was an easy one. “RONCHI America required a location that was convenient and accessible for our U.S…
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Officials Wednesday also reported a strong June in terms of economic development potential for the county.
Officials Wednesday said Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport is through most of its restorations, on track with the fiscal year 2012 budget projections and refocusing on the upcoming Salute America 2012 air show. Airport Director Blake Swafford gave a FY2012 budget overview, which he characterized as close to projections in almost every area aside from a few categories that were, not surprisingly, impacted by the March 2 tornado, which briefly interrupted airport operations and damaged several buildings at the site. Swafford reported that the PCAA was nearly 25 percent below budget on expenditures and on target with income for FY2012. Renovations from the March tornado have only recently concluded with final repairs made to the airport …
Monday, June 25, 2012
Officials last week said recently signed deals were due in part to the opportunity zone established in parts of Dallas and Paulding as well as the presence of the new movie studio.
A Japanese company expanding its presence in Dallas is expected to bring 30 new jobs to the county, and the impact of that expansion as well as other firms set to come to Paulding could bring many more. Representatives with Paulding County Economic Development and the Paulding County Industrial Building Authority helped County Commission Chairman David Austin Thursday announce that MG International was set to expand its Dallas operations as Austin spoke to those in attendance at the monthly Paulding Business Association luncheon. MG International, or MGI, is a Japanese company that manufactures automotive parts for Nissan and Toyota vehicles. The company will soon begin producing a new component for 2013 cars, and the expansion associated …