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Also the Abbott Nutrition HQ is in Columbus on Steltzer just south of Easton.

 

 

Not to single out a typo, but calling Stelzer Road Steltzer Road is something almost all of us do. Every time I'm on Stelzer Road I think of the 3 Stooges blasting each other in the face with seltzer water. That's like how people from Ohio call Xena Warrior Princess "Xenia".

 

I have to admit that I would have spelled it Steltzer too without looking at a map.  Because "Steltzer" is how its pronounced locally.

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Also the Abbott Nutrition HQ is in Columbus on Steltzer just south of Easton.

 

 

Not to single out a typo, but calling Stelzer Road Steltzer Road is something almost all of us do. Every time I'm on Stelzer Road I think of the 3 Stooges blasting each other in the face with seltzer water. That's like how people from Ohio call Xena Warrior Princess "Xenia".

 

Ha! I drive on that road every day, too. Oops!

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Business First and the Dispatch each had an update on the Amazon fulfillment centers being constructed.  The Etna Township facility in Licking County east of Columbus and the Rickenbacker-area facility in Obetz south of Columbus are scheduled to be finished by September:

 

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/print-edition/2016/05/27/amazon-reveals-how-it-ll-move-goods-by-the.html

 

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2016/05/24/theres-order-in-seemingly-random-organization-of-quick-delivery-amazon-hub.html

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Amazon's Etna Township fulfillment center has a footprint of more than 800,000 square feet - but with four floors of storage and sorting, the total square footage balloons to about 3 million, equal to about 60 football fields.  It will eventually have more than 1,500 employees:

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Millions of pieces of merchandise will fill the Amazon centers.  In addition to the employees, hundreds of 325-pound robots (which resemble giant hockey pucks) will shuffle under stacks of shelves and move them to sorting areas for distribution:

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(Photos from http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/print-edition/2016/05/27/amazon-reveals-how-it-ll-move-goods-by-the.html)

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Meanwhile, in May, Amazon opened a smaller Prime Now hub in a low-key warehouse space on the West Side of Columbus.  The Prime Now hub solely services its free two-hour delivery (or one-hour delivery for $7.99) for Amazon Prime members.  The Dispatch profiled the Prime Now hub operation at the below link, and also has a brief video inside the space:

 

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2016/05/24/theres-order-in-seemingly-random-organization-of-quick-delivery-amazon-hub.html

 

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Amazon is the new kid in the Columbus logistics market.  But old guard package deliverer UPS isn't sitting still.  Last month, UPS announced they will invest $177 million in an expansion of their Columbus distribution hub at 5101 Trabue Road.  UPS said they will nearly double their west-side facility from its existing 408,343 square feet to 756,539 square feet, and install new sorting equipment designed to move packages more efficiently.

 

Below are reports from Business First and the Dispatch about UPS receiving city and state tax credits for this project:

 

- http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/05/20/ups-set-to-invest-177m-to-expand-columbus.html

 

- http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2016/05/23/projects-expected-to-create-460-local-jobs-approved-for-tax-credits.html

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Along with the UPS news, a state tax credit announcement was also made regarding Dollar Shave Club moving into Central Ohio.  Dollar Shave Club announced plans to invest $4.5 million and hire 185 workers in Grove City for a distribution center that will serve the company's customers in the eastern U.S.

 

- http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/05/23/dollar-shave-club-bringing-185-jobs-to-central.html

 

- http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2016/05/23/projects-expected-to-create-460-local-jobs-approved-for-tax-credits.html

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And circling back to Amazon:  The UPS and Dollar Shave Club reports also made mention of an Amazon project planned for Northeast Ohio.  It also included this recap of Amazon's investment to date in the entire state, as follows:

 

"Outside of central Ohio, the tax authority approved a new project with online retail giant Amazon.  Amazon wants to build a new sorting center in Twinsburg in northeast Ohio that is meant to increase reliability and improve package-delivery schedules.  Amazon expects to create 150 jobs with an annual payroll of $4.1 million."

 

"The project is one of several that Amazon has announced in just the past year in Ohio.  The company plans to open three data centers in central Ohio, build two distribution centers in the Columbus area and build a wind farm in northwest Ohio.  It also has struck a deal with Air Transport Services Group, which operates in Wilmington, to operate an air-transport network."

 

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2016/05/23/projects-expected-to-create-460-local-jobs-approved-for-tax-credits.html

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IBM passes 1,000 jobs at Big Data center in Columbus, gets another year to hit goal

 

IBM Corp. will get another year to hit its goal of adding 500 jobs at its 3-year-old business intelligence campus in northwest Columbus, because it's been harder than expected to find and train Big Data professionals.  Franklin County Commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved extending by one year IBM's $300,000 work force training grant approved in 2012 for the IBM Client Center for Advanced Analytics.  Grants are paid out as jobs are added, so the company has received $229,000 for creating 76 percent of the pledged jobs.

 

IBM kept 671 jobs at the former Sterling Commerce Inc. campus and reported to Franklin County that it has added 382 jobs as of Dec. 31.  Hiring picked up over the last 18 months after a slower first two years, and IBM will hit its goal of totaling nearly 1,170 employees at its Columbus complex in the Tuttle Crossing office park by year's end, said Ron Lovell, an IBM vice president leading the campus.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/blog/2016/06/ibm-passes-1-000-jobs-at-big-data-center-in.html

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Drive Capital launches second, $300M fund for Midwest startups

 

Drive Capital LLC has launched a $300 million fund to invest in Midwest startups, surpassing its first fund and catapulting the venture capital firm to more than a half-billion dollars under management.  Co-founders Mark Kvamme and Chris Olsen, who started the firm in Columbus after leaving Sequoia Partners in Silicon Valley, said their thesis is catching on that the Midwest is fertile territory to build fast-growing tech companies and bet on a billion-dollar breakout.

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Drive Capital is close to investing in the first new company from the second fund, Kvamme said, and the startup would likely move to Columbus from outside the Midwest.

 

Drive Capital invested in 19 companies from its first $250 million fund; it's made just 13 of those investments public.  Any funds left are reserved for re-investments in that portfolio.  Five of the companies are in Chicago, while Kvamme said "four and soon to be five" are in Columbus.  Others are in Minneapolis, Pittsburgh and Kansas City.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/08/30/drive-capital-launches-second-300m-fund-for.html

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Rev1 Ventures lands big corporate support in launching $22M fund

 

Rev1 Ventures is launching a $22 million fund to invest in early-stage and growing startups with the first significant participation from Central Ohio corporations.

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The fund was seeded with an $8 million Ohio Third Frontier loan, and the nonprofit investment and advising group for technology startups raised $14 million in matching investments, including investing Rev1's own returns from previous funds.  Members of the Rev1 management team also personally invested.

 

The fund will invest $250,000 to $1 million in early companies or return investments in fast-growing portfolio companies.  Any given round could be much larger with individual or venture capital co-investors.  Some of the corporations are interested in "sidecar" direct investments in startups in their industries, Rev1 CEO Tom Walker said.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/08/30/rev1-ventures-lands-big-corporate-support-in.html

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Cologix sets $130M data center expansion in Columbus, tripling capacity at major internet traffic hub

By Carrie Ghose, Staff Reporter - Columbus Business First

Updated: September 8, 2016, 9:17am EDT

 

Cologix Inc. is building a $130 million, 160,000-square-foot data center that nearly triples the space at its north Columbus campus – which already is home to a key Midwest traffic hub for the internet.

 

The second structure, built to withstand wind gusts up to 200 mph, is expected to open the middle of 2017 on 2.7 acres the Denver-based company bought in June 2014, expanding the Scherers Court campus to 8 acres.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/09/07/cologix-sets-130m-data-center-expansion-in.html

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Ohio Supercomputer Center gets super-charged Owens Cluster up and running – PHOTOS

By Carrie Ghose, Staff Reporter - Columbus Business First

Updated: September 15, 2016, 2:33pm EDT

 

The Ohio Supercomputer Center has started bringing online its $7 million Owens Cluster, named for Olympian and Ohio State University alum Jesse Owens.  It has 25 times the computing power and 450 times the memory of the 8-year-old Glenn Cluster it replaces in the same floor space.

 

And it cost $1 million less.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/09/15/ohio-supercomputer-gets-super-charged-owens.html

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Central Ohio economy was strongest in state in 2015

By Mark Williams,The Columbus Dispatch

Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 4:54 AM

 

Central Ohio’s economy was a standout in 2015, outperforming all other metropolitan areas in Ohio and holding its own against most other big cities in the Midwest.  The economy of the Columbus region grew 3.3 percent last year, up from 2.3 percent in 2014 and 1.4 percent in 2013, according to a U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis report issued this week.  The average U.S. metropolitan area grew by 2.5 percent in 2015.

 

The central Ohio economy stood at $124.4 billion, ranking 30th in the country.  Columbus continued to rank No. 3 in Ohio, behind Cleveland and Cincinnati, but it is gaining ground on both.  Cleveland’s economy ranked No. 27 and Cincinnati’s 28th. ... Akron had the next-best growth last year among Ohio metropolitan areas at 2.9 percent.  Cincinnati’s economy grew 1.8 percent, and Cleveland’s economy increased 1.1 percent.

 

The increase last year in Central Ohio was driven by two categories: One is the finance, insurance, real estate and rental-and-leasing category, and the other is professional and business services.  The first category has been helped by the surge in apartments in Central Ohio.  The second category benefited from the number of corporate headquarters, said Ben Ayers, senior economist at Nationwide.

 

MORE: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2016/09/22/1-central-ohio-economy-strongest-in-ohio-in-2015.html

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Amazon's Central Ohio data center network goes live

By Carrie Ghose, Staff Reporter - Columbus Business First

October 18, 2016, 7:16am EDT

 

Amazon.com Inc.'s three Central Ohio data centers for cloud computing and storage are operational as of this week, the company and state officials said Monday.

 

The Amazon Web Services centers in Dublin, Hilliard and New Albany are among 38 data center campuses consisting of one or more buildings – in 14 geographic regions globally; four more regions are set for launch this year. ... Amazon also plans a wind farm in northwest Ohio to provide renewable energy for the Central Ohio data centers.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/10/18/amazons-central-ohio-data-center-network-goes-live.html

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Fashion Incubator Space Coming Soon to Downtown Columbus

By Walker Evans, Columbus Underground

October 3, 2016 - 11:20 am

 

The Alternative Fashion Mob wants to take things a bit more mainstream in 2017 with the launch of FABRIC — a multipurpose fashion industry incubation space.  The new venue is planned to host a variety of functions that range from co-working spaces for fashion design professionals, a retail store for both raw materials and locally created clothing, and an event space designed to host fashion shows and more.

 

If the idea sounds familiar, it’s because the group has already done it once before.  In 2015, FABRIC launched in its first iteration inside the unfinished second floor of the Columbus Idea Foundry in Franklinton.  The group had a chance to test pilot the concept there, but lost their space to construction as soon as the Foundry began the build out of their second phase.

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While Columbus currently employs more fashion designers than any other U.S. city outside of New York and Los Angeles, the jobs are mostly concentrated at larger firms with corporate headquarters along the outerbelt.  The Alternative Fashion Mob sees a growing need to bridge the gap between fashion design students at CCAD, entrepreneurial minded designers, and the larger companies that call Columbus home, and they hope to be able to achieve this with their new space.

 

MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/fashion-incubator-space-coming-soon-to-downtown-columbus

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Activist investor taking breakup battle directly to Bob Evans shareholders

By Dan Eaton, Staff Reporter - Columbus Business First

Updated: October 6, 2016, 4:17pm EDT

 

An activist investor is recruiting backup in its ongoing battle with Bob Evans Farms.  New York-based Sandell Asset Management Corp. said it plans to launch a consent solicitation campaign against the New Albany-based restaurant and food products company.

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Thomas Sandell questioned Bob Evans CEO Saed Mohseni on the subject on two of the company’s last three quarterly conference calls with stock analysts.  The CEO, also on that call, said Bob Evans has not ruled out a separation of the restaurant and foods businesses, but it wasn’t committing to a timeline.  The company declined to comment on Sandell's most recent action.

 

Sandell has been pushing for a separation of the foods business from the 522-unit restaurant chain for some time, arguing that the value of the foods business, which generated $387.6 million in sales in fiscal 2016, could be as much as $1.2 billion in a market where M&A activity in the food products world is high.  Total Bob Evans sales were $1.33 billion last year.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2016/10/06/activist-investor-taking-breakupbattle-directly-to.html

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More about the Limited Stores and the Wexner-owned L Brands -- which apparently are not the same company and haven't been for some time -- from http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2016/12/02/limited-stores-to-start-layoffs-today-at-headquarters.html:

 

The story of how Les Wexner started The Limited is well-known.  Wexner borrowed $5,000 from his aunt and another $5,000 from a bank to open the first Limited store at Kingsdale Shopping Center in Upper Arlington in 1963.  Wexner decided to call the store 'The Limited' because he intentionally limited its apparel to women.

 

With that opening, Wexner defined the concept of a modern specialty retailing chain.  He ultimately dubbed the parent company Limited Brands in 2002 to differentiate it from the original Limited store chain.  Since then Limited Brands expanded its company portfolio through the creation of brands such as Limited Express, Limited Too and Bath & Body Works.  Limited Brands also expanded through the acquisition of Victoria's Secret, Lane Bryant, Henri Bendel and Abercrombie & Fitch.

 

Some of these brands are still part of the company, while some of them have been sold off or spun off into separate stand-alone companies.  Wexner sold off his original Limited Stores chain to Florida-based Sun Capital Partners in 2007.

 

Wexner is now Chairman and CEO of L Brands - the name Limited Brands changed to in 2013.  L Brands posted $10.5 billion in revenue in 2013, and was listed as #258 in the 2013 Fortune 500 list of top companies.

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More bad news for the Limited Stores.  As one analyst said in this article, "the party's over":

 

Ailing Limited Stores loses top executive

 

Troubled retailer Limited Stores has lost its interim CEO.  John Buell, a 13-year veteran of the central Ohio-based specialty retail chain, has joined Altar’d State, a women’s fashion and home decor brand based in Knoxville, Tenn.  His new employers said he will be the chain’s senior vice president and chief financial officer.

 

Buell’s departure follows the announcement last week by the owners of the company that, because of a slump in sales and debt pressures, they would sell or close the chain and that all 248 employees at the corporate offices in New Albany could lose their jobs.  Buell was The Limited’s chief financial officer when he was named interim CEO two months ago after the departure of CEO Diane Ellis.  She was hired by Chico’s, a specialty retailer of women’s clothing and accessories based in Fort Myers, Fla.

 

The rapid departure of Ellis followed by Buell is an indication that “the party’s over,” said Lee Peterson, an executive vice president at WD Partners, a Dublin retail-consulting company.

 

MORE:  http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2016/12/14/1-ailing-limited-stores-loses-top-executive.html

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Another article I read said that acceptable professional women's clothing became so casual so quickly that the chain got left in the dust. Even if they began stocking the Han Solo look that took over it was too late for The Limited.

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Bob Evans selling restaurant chain to private equity firm for $565 million

 

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Bob Evans Farms Inc. is splitting its business, selling its iconic restaurant chain to a private equity company while bolstering its remaining food business with another acquisition.

 

The New Albany-based company disclosed after the markets closed Tuesday that Golden Gate Capital would buy the 523-restaurant chain for $565 million, plus the assumption of some debt. The company expects to net $475 million to $485 million from the sale.

 

More below:

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/01/24/bob-evans-sells-restaurant-chain-to-private-equity.html


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Fast-growing CoverMyMeds to be acquired by McKesson for $1.1B

By Carrie Ghose, Staff Reporter - Columbus Business First

Updated: January 25, 2017, 7:39pm EST

 

CoverMyMeds LLC, the fast-growing maker of software to make it easier to fill prescriptions, is to be acquired by health distributor McKesson Corp. for $1.1 billion, according to an agreement announced after the markets closed Wednesday.  It's the largest exit yet for a Central Ohio technology startup – the type of deal both investors and entrepreneurs say they've been waiting for to unlock more of the region's startup potential.

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Doubling nearly every year since its software launched in 2010, CoverMyMeds automates the process of obtaining prior authorization from insurers for certain prescriptions – eliminating faxes, long waits and multiple attempts that often caused frustrated patients to abandon the prescription.

 

The company had projected topping $100 million in revenue two years ago, but it no longer discloses the size of its top line. ... CoverMyMeds added 200 employees over the past year, for a total of more than 500, and expects more than 300 hires in 2017 across its Columbus and Cleveland offices, plus telecommuters.  It is expanding into a fourth floor at the Two Miranova office tower in downtown Columbus.  CoverMyMeds retains its brand, culture and offices in the deal, and plans to keep growing here, CEO Matt Scantland said via email.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/01/25/fast-growing-covermymeds-to-be-acquired-by.html

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CoverMyMeds' $1.1 billion exit is a big win for Ohio Third Frontier

By Carrie Ghose, Staff Reporter - Columbus Business First

Updated: January 26, 2017, 3:45pm EST

 

The coming $1.1 billion acquisition of CoverMyMeds LLC – Ohio's first tech startup " unicorn" – is a huge win for the Ohio Third Frontier program.

 

McKesson Corp., one of the three biggest U.S. health-care products distributors, announced Wednesday it would acquire the fast-growing Columbus software maker in a deal that could grow to $1.37 billion depending on its financial performance over the next two years.

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Ohio created the Third Frontier technology investment program in 2002, and voters approved taxpayer-backed bonds to greatly enlarge it in 2005 and 2010.  State officials believe the funds can last through 2019.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/01/26/covermymedss-1-1-billion-exit-is-a-big-win-for.html

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3D pizza printer moves to Central Ohio after landing $1M investment from Donatos founder

 

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A startup making 3D-printed pizza has reincorporated in Ohio because of a $1 million investment led by Donatos Pizzeria LLC and Grote Co. founder Jim Grote.

 

BeeHex LLC is leasing a lab on Grote Co.'s Gahanna campus, where it will spend this year developing commercial production models of its food-assembly robots.

 

More below:

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/03/06/3d-pizza-printer-moves-to-central-ohio-after.html


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Bob Evans food products thriving with split from restaurants looming

By Dan Eaton, Staff Reporter - Columbus Business First

Posted:  March 8, 2017, 2:11pm EST

 

Now that sides are the main dish at Bob Evans Farms Inc., attention turns to that future.  The New Albany-based company released its third quarter sales Wednesday and held its first quarterly conference call with stock analysts since announcing plans in February to sell the 523-unit Bob Evans restaurant chain to San Francisco-based Golden Gate Capital for $565 million.

 

That will leave the packaged food business as the sole business under the publicly traded banner of Bob Evans Farms Inc. (NASDAQ:BOBE) when the deal closes in April.  It was another good quarter for that business as side dish sales were up 13 percent by pounds sold and retail sausage rose 3 percent by pounds sold.  Foodservice sales grew 19 percent.  Total sales rose 4.6 percent to $112.8 million in the quarter.

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Restaurant sales, which are now classified as discontinued operations for the company, were $223.1 million in the quarter ended Jan. 27.  That’s down 6.5 percent from third quarter 2016 with the drop attributable to restaurant closings.  Sales at restaurants open at least a year were down 2.6 percent in the quarter.

 

MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/03/08/bob-evans-food-products-thriving-with-split-from.html

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Bibibop going national with 15 leases in Chicago, D.C. and L.A.

 

Bibibop Asian Grill will look to succeed where a Chipotle-owned restaurant chain failed.

 

Columbus-based Bibibop Development LLC, the owner-operator of 12 fast-casual rice bowl eateries, acquired the leases on 15 ShopHouse Asian Kitchen restaurants in Chicago, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles. The move more than doubles the restaurant count for the nearly 4-year-old Bibibop and brings it to its first sites outside Ohio.

 

More below:

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/03/20/bibibop-going-national-with-15-leases-in-chicago-d.html


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Anchor Hocking parent moving headquarters to Columbus from Lancaster

By Dan Gearino, The Columbus Dispatch

Updated: April 14, 2017 at 2:09 PM

 

The parent company of Anchor Hocking is relocating its corporate headquarters from Lancaster to Columbus.  Oneida Group will move to the former Columbia Gas of Ohio building at 200 S. Civic Center Drive.

 

About 60 employees will move to the Columbus headquarters.  The shift will take place this summer, the company said.  The move will not affect the flagship glassware plant in Lancaster, which is next door to the current headquarters and has about 800 employees.

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Oneida Group, which was known as EveryWare Global until a name change in January, has been taking steps to centralize its operations among several tableware brands.  The major brands are Anchor Hocking and Oneida. ... In a related change, the company is closing sales offices in New York, Arkansas and Canada and moving several sales employees from those places to Columbus.

 

MORE: http://www.dispatch.com/news/20170414/anchor-hocking-parent-moving-headquarters-to-columbus-from-lancaster

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Wow, that is crazy.

 

Glad they're filling up more of 200 S. Civic Center, but it is disheartening that it will not longer officially call Lancaster home. Though from some of the quotes in the article, it sounds like the company had disenfranchised itself from Lancaster quite a bit over the past few years - which have been quite rocky for the company. Hopefully this restructuring gets them back on their feet.

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