Worker in a manufacturing facility

With Hurricane Harvey shuttering over 20 percent of our nation’s refining capacity, halting shipments of vital energy to families, farmers, and small businesses, Ohio is building out infrastructure to attract new manufacturers while keeping supplies reliable and affordable.

“The infrastructure is imperative to the success of United States manufacturing.  And, in the meantime, we  focus on attracting more manufacturing to the Appalachian basin, meaning Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania because, again, it’s about building demand.”

Read more – WKSU