Tigerpoly Manufacturing Incorporation has planned to add around 105,000 square feet to their almost two hundred thousand square feet of the operations at their 6231 Enterprise Pkwy.
Tigerpoly Manufacturing Incorporation is expecting to invest over 10.7 million dollars and also add forty new jobs at their Central Ohio facility. The Osaka, which is a manufacturer based in Japan makes plastic and rubber parts for the automotive industry. They shall start their recruitment plans in the fourth quarter of the current year.
The company has already hired 395 people in this field for achieving their aim. The expansion comprises of new machinery as well as equipment that is aimed at increasing their growth in future.
The Grove City operation happens to be the only United States production facility of the company for the mass production of rubber and plastic parts that also comprise of radiator reservoir bottles, air ducts, air cleaner housings and filters, fuel pump covers and much more. It opened in the year 1987.
According to a JobsOhio and One Columbus news release, the company is putting all its attention on the U.S. production capacity because of increases in their customer activity there.
Japan is still the top source of foreign investment in the Columbus region. There are around 133 Japanese companies having operations in this region that are led by Honda of American Manufacturing Incorporation, TS Tech Corporation and the Stanley Electric U.S. Co. Incorporation. Japanese companies are hiring over 72,860 Ohioans from 852 different facilities throughout the state.
The region also has more than nineteen thousand automotive industry employees.