With $300K Tax Carrot, Charles River Labs To Expand Ohio Plant; Plans 80 New Hires | GenomeWeb

Charles River Laboratories has begun pre-construction work on a project designed to expand a preclinical manufacturing plant in rural Ohio, and add 80 jobs to the region’s workforce.
The contract research organization kicked off the project in Spencerville after the state last week awarded it almost $300,000 in tax credits as part of a nearly $1.4 million state-local economic incentive package.

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