Luxcraft gets tax incentive deal to expand, add jobs in Holmes County

Luxcraft gets tax incentive deal to expand, add jobs in Holmes County

Holmes County Economic Development Director Mark Leininger talks with Commissioners Joe Miller, center, and Dave Hall about the latest enterprise zone agreement with LuxCraft, an outdoor furniture maker.

MILLERSBURG − Holmes County commissioners on Monday authorized a tax incentive offer for a nearby business enterprise that is growing.

Luxcraft in Walnut Creek Township was awarded a 50{dd3cf16dc48cbccde1cb5083e00e749fe70e501950bc2e0dea1feff25a82382f} tax break for 10 years less than an organization zone arrangement that will see the business enterprise build a $1.1 million, 35,000 square-foot addition and insert 3 new employment, though retaining 39 full-time staff, in accordance to the county’s Economic Growth Director, Mark Leininger.

The business — which can make out of doors furnishings, like outdoor buildings and poly furnishings — also strategies to devote an further $350,000 in products, Leininger mentioned.

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The new setting up would link the present output facility to the firm’s raw components warehouse, Leininger reported.

“This house would be employed for materials prep the uncooked products would come into this new facility and it would be prepped right before it is moved into the manufacturing facility to free up some additional creation space that they are at the moment using for products prep,” he mentioned.