$3 Million invested. RelaDyne creates 50 jobs in Chicago Heights
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A $3 million public-private partnership between the City of Chicago Heights and the country’s leading lubricant distributor, RelaDyne, has revitalized the former Sherwin Williams paint facility on the city’s east side, creating a new distribution center and bringing 50 new jobs to the city.
Chicago Heights Mayor David Gonzalez welcomed the pre-grand opening of RelaDyne’s new facility at 290 East Joe Orr Road on August 29 and hailed the partnership between the city and the Ohio-based company.
“The revitalization of the Valspar building by RelaDyne to be a key lubricant distribution center in Illinois that will create 50 new jobs represents the best of public-private partnership initiatives,” said Gonzalez…Please click here to read David Ormsby’s story in the Patch.