LOVELAND, Ohio—Cold Jet L.L.C. is investing $4.9 million into a new campus to consolidate its headquarters, manufacturing and assembly facilities and add 67 more jobs to handle growth for its dry ice blasting and production technology.
Founded in 1988, Cold Jet's two lines of business are centered on use of dry ice as a blasting medium for manufacturers and as a cold-transport medium for food and more recently, medical products.
In plastics, Cold Jet uses dry ice as a non-abrasive method to clean molds in rubber and plastics.
The expansion project in nearby Miami Township will retain 120 jobs and, over the next three years, create 67 more jobs for machinists, assemblers, engineers, technicians, welders, marketing managers and sales representatives.
Creating a world-class facility will attract employees and customers, allow product demonstrations at the headquarters site, and make room to expand production capacity and staff, according to company officials.