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WV: Precision Converting Solutions Expanding in Charleston Area, Creating 25 Jobs

12 Oct, 2011


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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced that Precision Converting Solutions (PCS) LLC will open a manufacturing facility in the Charleston area.

Plans call for PCS to begin operations in January 2012 in an interim center while construction of the new 20,000-square-foot clean room manufacturing/R&D center is completed.

The new company is a subsidiary of Siam Precision Components, a Thailand-based manufacturer of precision laminated components. When fully operational in two years, the project is expected to create 25 high-technology jobs and represent an investment of approximately $6 million.

Siam Precision Components first learned about opportunities in West Virginia when they visited the state’s exhibit at the Bio International Convention in Washington, D.C. in June 2011.

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