Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First. Written by Carrie Ghose.
A California tech company already has warehouse and engineering job listings for a new satellite in a Grove City warehouse that’s expected to create 50 positions.
Stonecrop Technologies LLC, from Petaluma north of San Francisco, is leasing a 527,000-square-foot office and warehouse at 3500 Southwest Blvd., my colleague Tristan Navera recently reported.
Stonecrop installs and maintains wireless and cellular networks. Among its listed clients are big carriers including Sprint, T-Mobile and Motorola Solutions; tech companies including SAIC; and U.S. government agencies including the Department of Homeland Security, Secret Service and U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority on Monday approved a six-year, 1.2 percent tax credit on creating a pledged $2.2 million payroll by the end of 2021. The credit would save the company $165,000 over the life of the agreement if it creates all the pledged jobs and meets other terms, such as staying at least nine years.
Ohio was competing with Pennsylvania for the project, the state Development Services Agency said. Click here to read the complete article. Originally published April 30, 2018.