COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Several companies including Kroger Co. have won approval to receive job creation tax credits for their proposals in Ohio.
The Ohio Tax Credit Authority on Monday approved assistance for 11 projects expected to create 410 jobs and retain another 874 positions statewide.
Kroger plans to add 23 full-time jobs in Columbus, generating $1.5 million in additional annual payroll.
Air Transport International Inc. is creating 65 full-time positions as a result of the company's new location project in Wilmington in southwest Ohio. The company flies passenger and cargo aircraft.
Robert Rothschild Farm in Urbana will add 25 full-time positions as part of an expansion project at the gourmet foods manufacturer.