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  • UGN to Build $50M Plant in Monroe, Create 150 Jobs

    UGN Inc., a manufacturer and supplier of auto parts, has announced last week its plans to build a $50 million facility in Monroe, Ohio. Ground breaking is scheduled to start next month, depending on the final approval of state and local incentives.

    Cincinnati 10 March 2014 20:47

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