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AMTS is right around the corner, so come visit us October 21 & 22 at the Dayton Airport Expo Center.  Booth 909!
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Stop by UD Arena and visit our booth at the Wright Pat/Ohio Means Jobs Annual Job Fair from noon to 4 today.  We are looking for Furnace Loaders and Operators.
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Our Straightening Presses can bring post-heat treated shafts, blades or other parts into tolerance for straightness.
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We are meeting some wonderful people at ‪#‎PMTS2015‬ in Columbus, OH this week. Stop by to visit with Mark and Chris in booth 1042!
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CHTI provides many metal treatments including Aluminum Oxide, Steel Shot and Glass Bead Blasting.
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Our new fleet is arriving!  Local pick-up and delivery is available through our Springfield facility.
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Visit us in Booth #1042
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CONSOLIDATION IN SPRINGFIELD TO ADD JOBS, $2.1M INVESTMENT

By Michael Cooper/Staff Writer – Springfield News-Sun

SPRINGFIELD —

A West Carrollton-based business is consolidating its operation at its Springfield location, investing $2.1 million in the plant.

City commissioners recently approved an employment incentive agreement with Certified Heat Treating Inc., 1807 W. Pleasant St., that adds two years to an original agreement with the company.

The original three-year agreement, approved last year and set to bgein next year, was worth worth about $18,000.

The new incentive was extended for two additional years for a total of five years and calls for the company to add 10 jobs, said Springfield Assistant City Manager and Economic Development Director Tom Franzen. In exchange, the city will pay back to Certified Heat Treating 35 percent of its municipal income taxes annually.

The deal will also retain 20 positions, bringing the total annual payroll to about $1.3 million, according to the incentive agreement obtained by the Springfield News-Sun.

The new deal is estimated to be worth approximately $45,000, Franzen said, dependent on how quickly the company adds the 10 new jobs and assuming it retains its current employees.

The company is expected to spend about $2.1 million on facility upgrades and new equipment, according to incentive agreement.

Heat treating is a metalworking process used to alter the physical properties of a material.

The Springfield operation performed better than expected this year, President Joe Biehn said.

It’s also perfectly situated between Dayton and Columbus, he said. Local companies Carmichael Machine Corp. and Moyno are both local businesses that use the company’s services.

“If you would throw a dart in our service area, Springfield would be the bull’s-eye,” Biehn said.

The consolidation is expected to take place this winter at Springfield’s 35,000-square-foot facility. Certified Heat Treating might also expand the building and add more jobs in the future in Springfield, Biehn said.

“We’re excited,” he said.

Currently the business employs about 40 people between the two facilities, Biehn said, and they will all be offered jobs at the consolidated Springfield plant.

The company discussed the possibility of moving its operation to Springfield last year.

“We’re glad to see that they’re moving forward with that investment,” Franzen said.

Last year, the city reached an agreement with the company after it purchased a similar business, Heat Treating Inc., for approximately $2.1 million. Heat Treating Inc. was owned by Chet Walthall, who had been in business in Springfield for several decades and retired last year.

Certified Heat Treating is owned by the Biehn Group of Companies, which also owns CB Manufacturing and American Cutting Edge, and has a total of 120 employees. CB Manufacturing is expected to take over space at the West Carrollton facility.

The consolidation is a win for Springfield, Franzen said. The business could have closed or moved somewhere else, he said.

“We’re extremely pleased they decided to grow here,” Franzen said. “We think we offer a valuable proposition for those types of companies. We think also that the manufacturing base here and growth is boding well for us and the suppliers.”
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MANUFACTURER SPENDING MORE THAN $1M TO CONSOLIDATE IN SPRINGFIELD

by: Joe Cogliano of the Dayton Business Journal

A Dayton-area manufacturer is consolidating its two locations.
Certified Heat Treating Inc. will move its West Carrollton operations to Springfield, where it recently invested more than $1 million to buy new furnaces and upgrade existing equipment.
Joe BiehnJoe Biehn, president of the company, told me the move will allow it to be more efficient and so its rapidly growing sister company, CB Manufacturing, can take over the vacated space in West Carrollton.

Certified Heat Treating has been operating from two locations since it acquired Heat Treating Inc. in Springfield last year. There are 46 employees between the two locations and Biehn said all employees will be offered positions at the Springfield site.

The investments and consolidation should position Certified Heat Treating to boost its sales and profit. The demand for heat treating — which involves using high temperature processes on metal parts under strict conditions to make them stronger — is booming as the overall manufacturing industry is coming back to life.

Certified Heat Treating’s Springfield site is 35,000 square feet and the move will take three to four months to complete, Biehn said.

Based in West Carrollton with a Miamisburg mailing address, CB Manufacturing and Certified Heat Treating are part of Biehn Co., which has about 150 total employees.

CB Manufacturing makes industrial knives and blades used in recycling, cutting up scrap plastic and tires and metal; film slitting; and food processing.
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