J.O. Wolf Tool & Die chooses Huntington

Huntington County Economic Development client J.O. Wolf Tool & Die Company announced Wednesday, December 10, 2014, their plans to move to Huntington, Indiana.

The company, founded 35 years ago by Jim "J.O." Wolf, had outgrown its previous 4,800 square-foot building and has redeveloped a 15,000 square-foot building on Condit Street in Huntington. The Huntington location had been vacated by the former Huntington Electric Company.
According to Executive Director Mark Wickersham, "The economic development effort resulted in a retention win for the region, resulting in an expansion opportunity for the company--and the use of a formally vacant building."
Company President Keith Miller complimented the Huntington County Economic Development team for their assistance with the opportunity, saying, "[Mark] was really helpful to connect us with this location." He continued by thanking the City of Huntington for their encouragement and incentive support.  
Mayor Brooks Fetters and County Commissioner Tom Wall expressed appreciation to the Company for their commitment to both the City of Huntington and Huntington County.