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Pratt seeks new use for old building

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Pratt Industries, the newest occupant in Wapakoneta’s Job Ready Site, is living up to its mission — to be the best vertically-integrated paper, packaging and resource recovery company in the Western Hemisphere — with plans to lease the former Gateway Packaging facility on Industrial Drive and convert it to a drop and bale facility to feed the new paper mill now under construction on County Road 25A.

Greenhouse deal may lead to more opportunities for Wapakoneta

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Officials in Wapakoneta are saying that the recent deal made for the greenhouse may be a good opportunity for the city.

Changes coming to Wapakoneta greenhouse

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Changes are coming to the greenhouse in Wapakoneta.

Mastronardi Produce signed a deal with Golden Fresh Farms, the company that initially built and opened the 20-acre facility last year. The deal was then made between the two companies in August of 2017.

Mastronardi Produce buys greenhouse

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The greenhouse located in Wapakoneta's Job Ready Site has sold, and the new owners are looking forward to being a part of the community.

Wapakoneta mayor says Pratt Industries ahead of schedule

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Mayor Tom Stinebaugh provided an update on the new business coming to Wapakoneta, Pratt Industries.

Paper mill project just part of Pratt's promise to America

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Pratt Industries multi-million dollar investment in its new Wapakoneta plant is just one of the ways the business is “making good on our pledge” to create 5,000 high-paying jobs, mainly in the Midwest.

Pratt moving dirt in industrial park

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Pratt is “officially turning dirt” in their 110-acre site in the West Central Ohio Industrial Center, on the way to constructing the paper mill that will call Wapakoneta home.

Pratt Industries close to breaking ground; FlexArm looks to expand

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We have a few updates on some bus

Midwest Specialties expansion leads to more jobs

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Due to a sales growth, Wapakoneta company Midwest Specialties w

Wapak to see infrastructure updates as industry grows

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Wapakoneta has been growing economically for the last couple of years, and now citizens are going to start seeing how that industrial success will benefit them.

"People have talked, and talked, and talked for years, you know, why doesn't anything come to Wapakoneta?" says Mayor Tom Stinebaugh. "Well, I don't know why, but we can't say that anymore."