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August 23, 2017
Kosmo Machine Inc. Investment Expands Operation and Workforce of its Precision Manufacturing Facility in Henrico County, VA
RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

Kosmo Machine Inc., a full-service, high-tech precision machine shop in Henrico County, VA, will invest $1 million in new equipment to increase its production capacity to manufacture precision components for a variety of industries including electric power generation, chemical and fibers, electric motor components, and shipbuilding. This investment will, in turn, expand its workforce by 36 new jobs.

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Commonwealth of Virginia, Office of Governor Terry McAuliffe August 17, 2017
Governor McAuliffe Announces Kosmo Machine Inc. to Create 36 New Jobs in Henrico County
RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that Kosmo Machine Inc., a full service precision machine shop, will invest $1,000,000 in new equipment to increase production capacity at its manufacturing operation in Henrico County. The expansion will create 36 new jobs. “Kosmo Machine has been a deep-rooted part of the Central Virginia business community for 40 years, and I am pleased to announce they will continue to invest and grow their workforce here in the Commonwealth.” said Governor McAuliffe. “Providing training assistance to ensure a skilled pipeline of talent is critical to building the new Virginia economy, and Kosmo will benefit from the Virginia Jobs Investment Program that has supported our workforce for more than half a century.”

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August 27, 2017
Kosmo Machine Expands
Kosmo Machine of Henrico County this year expanded its capabilities, and is in the middle of an aggressive campaign to find new machinists. The precision machine company has begun an effort this year to hire 36 additional employees. About nine employees have been added so far, bringing the company’s current workforce to almost 60 people. The company hopes to have the additional 25 employees hired by the end of the year. The Virginia Jobs Investment Program (VJIP) is supporting the company’s expansion, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced Thursday. VJIP provides consultative services and funding to companies creating new jobs or experiencing technological change.

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August 23, 2017
Kosmo Machine Inc. Investment Expands Operation and Workforce of its Precision Manufacturing Facility in Henrico County, VA
RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Kosmo Machine Inc., a full-service, high-tech precision machine shop in Henrico County, VA, will invest $1 million in new equipment to increase its production capacity to manufacture precision components for a variety of industries including electric power generation, chemical and fibers, electric motor components, and shipbuilding. This investment will, in turn, expand its workforce by 36 new jobs.

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August 17, 2017
Precision machine company in Henrico plans to invest $1 million, adding 36 jobs
Kosmo Machine Inc., a precision machine shop in eastern Henrico County, is investing $1 million and adding more than 30 jobs to increase production at its plant near Richmond International Airport. The company, founded in 1976, manufactures precision-made components for customers in industries such as electric power generation, electric motor components, shipbuilding and chemicals and fibers. Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s office announced the company’s expansion plans on Thursday and said the Virginia Economic Development Partnership will provide support for employee training.

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