NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Thermo Fisher is planning to upgrade and add more than 100 jobs to a facility in Marietta, Ohio, a company spokesperson said this week.

The firm made the decision to upgrade the facility after it was announced yesterday that it would receive a seven-year, 50 percent job-creation tax credit from the state of Ohio.

Thermo Fisher will be adding production capacity and general upgrades to the approximately 420,000-square-foot Marietta facility, which manufactures cold storage equipment for laboratories, the spokesperson said.

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