ThyssenKrupp Bilstein

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CEO Fabian Schmahl discusses ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America’s expansion in Hamilton. Staff photo by Samantha Grier

ThyssenKrupp Bilstein considering new expansion in Hamilton

Auto supplier ThyssenKrupp Bilstein, the city’s largest manufacturer, has plans for another expansion to invest in equipment and facility upgrades that has the potential to create 100 new jobs. ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America Inc., 8685 Berk Blvd., Hamilton, is a growing producer of shock absorbers for automobiles. It is a ...

ThyssenKrupp wants to expand in Hamilton

HAMILTON — ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America Inc. has plans to expand its operations in Hamilton by bringing a product line of shock absorbers from its main plant in Germany and making it here. According to Hamilton city documents, the project cost is estimated to be $7.3 million and would create ...

Ohio Gov. John Kasich (left) speaks to employees Monday about Ohio jobs, the budget and technology during his visit to Thyssen Krupp Bilstein in Hamilton.

Local jobs saved, Kasich says

HAMILTON — Instead of adding to the approximately 1,300 potential job losses in Butler County so far this year by leaving the state, a Hamilton company will add 60 jobs with its $7.3 million expansion. A deal that helped Thyssen-Krupp Bilstein of America Inc. stay in Ohio is an example ...

Fabian Schmahl, president & CEO of ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America Inc., watches as his employees interview applicants during a job fair at the company in Hamilton Saturday, June 1, 2013. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO BY E.L. HUBBARD

ThyssenKrupp hands out job offers at Saturday hiring event

Auto supplier ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America Inc. continues growing production of shock absorbers, and the CEO says a new announcement could be on the way about another major investment in its Hamilton facilities. Bilstein held a job fair Saturday to hire more workers to keep up with growth. Hundreds of ...

ThyssenKrupp expansion underway

HAMILTON — The current expansion project at ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America is only the beginning of the growth the company hopes to have in future years, said its President and Chief Executive Officer Fabian Schmahl. ThyssenKrupp Bilstein, a manufacturer of automobile shock absorbers, is in the middle of a project ...

ThyssenKrupp Bilstein looks to continue hiring with expansion

HAMILTON — Expansion efforts at ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America will allow the Hamilton company to continue hiring this summer. The manufacturer of vehicle shock absorbers is in the midst of an approximately $6 million expansion project to invest in new technologies and equipment, including real-time damping technology transferred from its ...

Fabian Schmahl, CEO of ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America, displays some of the shock absorbers the Hamilton, Ohio company makes Thursday, July 24, 2008. Staff photo by Gary Stelzer

ThyssenKrupp Bilstein moves forward with Hamilton expansion plans

Auto supplier ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America Inc. confirmed Monday it is moving forward on plans for its second expansion in three years to invest in new equipment and facility upgrades at its Butler County plant. In 2012, Bilstein completed a more than $6 million expansion for new equipment to manufacture ...

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