Columbus - 
State Senator Dave Burke (R- Marysville) announced today the State Controlling Board has approved a $600,000 state loan for the purchase of a building in Plain City by Anscot, LLC. The building will in turn be leased to Eden Cryogenics, LLC to expand its manufacturing capabilities - a project that is expected to create 30 new, full-time jobs and retain 23 others. "This project will allow Eden to better meet the needs of its customers while bringing new jobs and development to Plain City," Burke said. "I applaud Eden for investing in Central Ohio and our workforce and commend all those involved in moving this project forward." Eden Cryogenics was founded in 2006 and manufactures custom cryogenic piping, valves, connectors and vacuums used in industrial and aerospace facilities. It also provides noncryogenic double containment piping for use in the containment of hazardous materials. The company is contributing $90,000 towards the acquisition of the building.
Senator Burke represents the 26th Ohio Senate District, which encompasses all of Crawford, Logan, Marion, Sandusky, Union and Wyandot counties as well as portions of Ottawa and Seneca counties. For more information, please visit www.ohiosenate.gov/dave-burke.
 
 
 
  
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