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Demand for products and services at three Perrysburg Township businesses
is picking up, so new space is needed to accommodate.
All three businesses share a building a Cedar Business Park. They say
they need more space to make sure their bottom line continues to grow.
A new 18,000-square-foot facility will be built behind the current
structure. Zimmer Great Lakes Investments, Universal Medical Products, and
Advacare Systems will all move to the new building. At least three new
employees will be hired as a result of the expansion.
The owner of the property says the new facility will cost $1 million,
but even nearby business owners say the expansion will help business.
"The more factories, the more people on shifts, is obviously better for
us," said Moe Mahmoud, owner of Andy's Bar and Grill. "Our lunch crowd, we
already get Chrysler, First Solar…Whatever is extra is always better. It's always
good for us."
There has been no word yet on when construction will begin.