State Senator Bob Peterson (R–Sabina) announced this week that R & L Carriers will create 200 new full-time jobs in Clinton County.
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority recently approved a proposal that will allow R & L Carriers, Inc. to create 200 new full-time positions, generating more than $9.5 million in additional annual payroll. 
“Today's announcement is another step forward in our efforts to get Ohioans back to work,” said Peterson. “By cutting down red-tape and lowering the cost of doing business, we are creating more job opportunities and making Ohio the best place to live, work and raise a family."
R & L Carriers, Inc. is a family-owned company, based in Wilmington, Ohio. R & L provides freight transportation and logistical services to manufacturing, distribution and retail customers throughout the United States. 
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