The new innovation center will help advance new concepts and test emerging technologies for next generation methods to melt and form glass. Owens-Illinois will spend $35 Million US over the next three years in this new facility. The facility also received a $3 Million US grant from the Ohio Third Frontier Commission. The new facility is expected to create close to 50 new high-tech jobs for the state.
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