Columbus 2020 announces four new commitments

Kitty McConnell

Columbus 2020 has announced four expansions committed to the Columbus Region in 2015. From today's press release:

BriskHeat Corporation: The global manufacturer of surface heaters, insulators and temperature controls, has announced it will invest nearly $1.5 million to consolidate its Columbus Region locations into one facility and add more than 100 jobs to its 266-employee workforce over the next three years.

Coyote Logistics, LLC: The company has announced it will invest $480,000 to expand into a larger Columbus Region facility.Coyote's latest expansion in the Columbus Region will add 50 new jobs – all office positions – to its existing workforce of 34. Hiring is expected to begin in the spring of 2015.

CWI Gifts and Crafts: The wholesale home décor, gift and craft supplier, which started as a small retail business in Central Ohio 40 years ago, has announced it will invest more than $4.6 million to purchase and expand into an existing Columbus Region facility that will more than triple its current logistics and distribution space. The expansion will also add 10 new jobs to its 83-employee workforce over the next three years.

Superior Die, Tool & Machine Company: The South Side of Columbus continues to be a hot spot for job creation with today's announcement that Superior will be adding 35 new jobs as part of a $6.7 million expansion of its Fairwood Avenue facility.The company will begin filling the new production positions this spring, eventually bringing its total workforce to 189. Superior's Stamping Division is in a separate facility on Marion Road, also on the city's south side.