Blan company to add space, jobs


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The Allen Company in Blanchester held a groundbreaking ceremony for their expansion and addition on Wednesday. At the event for the third-generation Clinton County company included, from left: Stephen Caraway, SW Regional Liaison/Office of Governor John Kasich; Stan Dohan, President & COO; Todd McCollister Construction; Mary Ellis, Allen Company employee and Blanchester Chamber of Commerce member; Mayor John Carmen; Preston Dohan, Art Director/Owner; S. Allen Dohan, Owner; Werner Crawford, Plant Manager; and Mindi Klingshirn, Director of Manufacturing. All the Allen Company employees were in attendance for the ceremony.


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BLANCHESTER — The Allen Company, headquartered in Blanchester, broke ground Wednesday to expand their facility.

Stan W. A. Dohan, MAS, MASI said that they plan to add 128,000 square feet for a much-needed plant, warehousing space and three new state-of-the-art container receiving docks.

This expansion will also eventually add 25 additional employees to the Allen Company’s current 115.

The Allen company, founded in 1959, is a third-generation family and private business and worldwide leader in branded drinkware and hydration design and custom imprinting.

The Allen Company in Blanchester held a groundbreaking ceremony for their expansion and addition on Wednesday. At the event for the third-generation Clinton County company included, from left: Stephen Caraway, SW Regional Liaison/Office of Governor John Kasich; Stan Dohan, President & COO; Todd McCollister Construction; Mary Ellis, Allen Company employee and Blanchester Chamber of Commerce member; Mayor John Carmen; Preston Dohan, Art Director/Owner; S. Allen Dohan, Owner; Werner Crawford, Plant Manager; and Mindi Klingshirn, Director of Manufacturing. All the Allen Company employees were in attendance for the ceremony.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/01/web1_allen-co.jpgThe Allen Company in Blanchester held a groundbreaking ceremony for their expansion and addition on Wednesday. At the event for the third-generation Clinton County company included, from left: Stephen Caraway, SW Regional Liaison/Office of Governor John Kasich; Stan Dohan, President & COO; Todd McCollister Construction; Mary Ellis, Allen Company employee and Blanchester Chamber of Commerce member; Mayor John Carmen; Preston Dohan, Art Director/Owner; S. Allen Dohan, Owner; Werner Crawford, Plant Manager; and Mindi Klingshirn, Director of Manufacturing. All the Allen Company employees were in attendance for the ceremony. Courtesy photo

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