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City of Mason and Precision Castparts Corp. Announce New R&D and Manufacturing Investment

Precision Castparts Corp., a global manufacturer of complex metal components and products for critical aerospace and industrial markets, will invest $128 million in a new R&D engineering lab and manufacturing center in Mason, Ohio.


Air Cargo Equipment Company Chooses Cincinnati Region to House New Presence

Air cargo growth at CVG and Wilmington Air Park were major factors in Satco Inc.'s decision to expand in the Cincinnati region, according to the company's president and CEO, GM Proctor.


Foreign direct investment (FDI) starts at home

GE’s $55 billion announcement at the 2019 Paris Air Show highlights the importance of the aerospace industry in Greater Cincinnati and abroad.


StandardAero Moves to Hire 250-300 After Opening 200,000 sq. ft. Sharonville Facility

After opening its newest facility in Sharonville, Ohio, aerospace maintenance and repair provider StandardAero Component Services will expand and hire 250-300 technicians and other employees to meet growth demands and better serve its customers. The company’s expansion into an adjacent building opened in September of 2018 and will accommodate growth in its military and commercial aircraft engine component repair business.


IoT Strength in Early Adoption

We look at IoT through the lens of economic development, analyzing how the Greater Cincinnati region can thrive by adapting and developing this technology. Device manufacturing makes up its own arm of the IoT tree, known as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and as a recent study by Deloitte Group confirms, that connection to manufacturing positions Greater Cincinnati for strong leadership in this new frontier; meanwhile, our region is keeping pace with the other benchmark cities of Charlotte, Denver, Indianapolis, Nashville and St. Louis in terms of workforce talent.


General Nano takes flight

Joe Sprengard claims he became an entrepreneur “by accident” seven years ago, when he met two University of Cincinnati inventors facing a difficult decision: License their nanotechnology to a Seattle-based firm or create a company of their own. The pair wanted to keep their innovative technology local, but they needed help from a business leader.

The future of flight is in Ohio

REDI's Kimm Coyner is at the Farnborough Air Show talking about why Greater Cincinnati is right for aerospace companies.