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BOARDMAN, Ohio -- Specialty Switch is relocating its Washingtonville operations in Columbiana County to 525 McClurg Road. Thirty jobs are affected.
Another company, Zenith Transformer Components, is also relocating to the site on McClurg Road, formerly the American Church building, says Piotr Blaslzczyk, general manager of Specialty Switch.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Oh Wow! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology has added two new members to its board, the executive director, Suzanne Barbati, announced today. They are Patrick Chovan, president of Omega Inc., and Greg Sturrus, interim dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at Youngstown State University.
Additionally, Oh Wow! recognized the efforts of two founding members, Martin Abraham, interim provost at YSU, and Bruce Sherman, co-owner of Sherman Creative Promotions Inc., a past board chairman.
YOUNGSTOWN -- Six months before the mail processing center at the Youngstown Post Office downtown closes, private mail processors say already they see longer delivery times.
Paul Mahin, mail specialist and consultant for City Printing, says his company used to get “exceptional service” when it mailed letters and packages to destinations within the city. Now, letters take two days and packages even longer to arrive.
LISBON, Ohio -- A Columbiana County manufacturer watches with satisfaction each year as more and more of its business goes to the dogs – and the cats, and yes, even the ferrets.
Ohio Pet Foods Inc., a co-packer and brand manufacturer of premium pet food that ships its products worldwide, recently completed a $2 million expansion and upgrade at its complex here and expects business to thrive this year.
“We’re up by double digits,” says Matt Golladay, vice president of Blackwood Pet Foods, the brand of the parent company.