For Immediate Release 10/2/2013
Commissioners to Present Economic Development Check to APEL Extrusions in Coburg
Contact: Lane County Public Information Officer Anne Marie Levis, 541-915-4659
Today, Lane County Board Chair Sid Leiken and Commissioner Stewart will present a check for $100,000 to APEL Extrusions Inc, a Canadian company expanding their presence in Lane County with a new facility in Coburg.
Mike Flynn, APEL Extrusions
Sid Leiken, Chair, Lane County Board of Commissioners
Faye Stewart, Lane County Board of Commissioners
The Lane County Board of Commissioners approved a request for $100,000 in incentives for APEL Extrusions new facility in Coburg. The new facility will expand capacity for APEL and add an additional 25-30 jobs to their existing workforce of 55 employees. These are high-wage manufacturing jobs with excellent benefits. The incentives will help pay for electricity upgrades to the site and expand electrical capacity for other businesses in the future.
11:00 AM, Wednesday, October 2, 2013
91384 Coburg Industrial Way, Building 18
(Former Monaco Coach Facility)