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THE WEEKLY REVIEW | April 14, 2023


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“Look no further than Grove City to see just how manufacturing is back in vogue in Ohio and the United States, where a startup company has turned a warehouse into a factory that makes nitrile gloves, a product that the U.S. has largely depended for decades on Asia to make. The official opening of the American Nitrile plant at 3500 Southwest Blvd. comes as part of a surge of new factories or expansions that have been announced over the past year or so for the state, including Intel, Honda, Abbott, and Ford. It's putting renewed attention on a critical sector of the state's economy and highlighting the push to re-shore manufacturing that has been exported in past decades”.


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The project, the first local effort from Granaz Group, has been in development for more than a year. The consumer-focused space is a first for Granaz Group. The firm has designed and built office projects in Northeast Ohio, including the 54,000-square-foot, four-story Signature of Fairlawn office and the 22,000-square-foot Emerald Center offices in Summit County. The firm has offices in Westerville and Fairlawn. Ethan Shajie, Granaz's business strategist, previously told Columbus Business First the firm wanted to feature a diverse selection of world cuisine at the New Albany-area spot.

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