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Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor Tours Cole Tool And Die

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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A local manufacturer who's been around for more than 80 years continues to expand and is looking for new employees.

Cole Tool and Die, on Ohio 314 in Ontario, got to show off its new facility to Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor.

Taylor says she was not only impressed with the manufacturing facility but the fact the local company is seeking new hires.

Cole Tool and Die Chief Financial Officer Mark Damberger says the company outgrew its former facility on Ashland Road in Mansfield and now wants to grow its employee base.

Cole Tool and Die has been providing tooling and stamping for the automotive, appliance, aircraft, electronic and other industries, since 1933.

   
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