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April 8, 2020
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Adhesives, light-curing equipment, and dispersing systems supplier Dymax Corporation plans to acquire 16 acres of land in the Gastonia Technology Park (GTP) in Dallas, NC to construct a new, $21.5 million advanced manufacturing plant, the Gaston County Economic Development Commission announced in a release Monday.
“Dymax is experiencing steady and significant growth, and our expansion from our Northeast roots into North Carolina opens doors to outstanding labor, technical, and logistic resources,” Dymax North America President Aaron Mambrino said in a statement. “The combination of available resources and solid support from state and local officials made North Carolina a great choice.”
The company is a prominent manufacturer of rapid and light-cure formulations and equipment used in automotive electronics, medical, aerospace, and defense applications.
59 jobs will be created at the site over the next five years with a proposed average annual salary of $59,814.
The company’s release did not offer details on when the project will reach completion.
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