"We're excited about Anomatic becoming a part of the Beauty and Personal Care Campus within the New Albany Business Park," said New Albany spokesman Scott McAfee. "Each company at this campus is playing a role in creating a vertical supply chain to quickly and cost effectively turn concepts into actual products on shelves. Businesses worldwide are taking note, and this campus has brought more than 1,000 new jobs to our region and our state in the last year alone."
"Anomatic's re-commitment to this region is noteworthy," said Kenny McDonald, Chief Economic Officer, Columbus2020. "We celebrate their announcement and want to help them continue to thrive in the Columbus region."
Columbia Gas has identified Anomatic's sustainability efforts and in support has granted $100,000 to the New Albany Expansion. "Growing Ohio's economy through the creation of good-paying jobs is what our Jobs Growth Fund is all about," said Columbia Gas of Ohio President Jack Partridge. "We're proud of the partnership we've forged with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and the other groups who help administer the fund. This exciting announcement demonstrates how the partnership is helping to deliver
measurable, sustainable economic benefit to the region and ultimately the entire state."
"Our focus is to take care of our customers and partners," said William B. Rusch, Senior Advisor of Anomatic Corporation. "We are proud to serve the local community and work with the city of New Albany, Columbus2020, and Columbia Gas to achieve new heights with innovation and speed-to-market."
In 2010 Anomatic supplied over 1.2 billion anodized components to global customers servicing the packaging industry. The Ohio-based company continues to invest in high-speed stamping and assembly machines, lean manufacturing and innovative decorating technologies to service their customers' needs.