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Findlay has attracted a diverse blend of retail, office, manufacturing plant and distribution centers. Tall Timbers International Business Community houses 13 manufacturing plants and 4 distribution centers for companies such as Dyson Material, Nissin Brake Ohio, and Bridgestone.

More than fifteen high-profile Fortune 500 companies have chosen Findlay/Hancock County for the many benefits of this dynamic micropolitan city. Fortune 500 companies are headquartered here including Marathon Petroleum Company and Cooper Tire and Rubber Company – and Whirlpool Corporation and Cardinal Health have significant operations here. A vibrant office, manufacturing and distribution center of Northwest Ohio, Findlay is truly an international business center. In addition to the many U.S. based companies, seven Japanese companies, two Canadian firms, and three German enterprises are located in our world-class business and industrial parks. Foreign Trade Zone 151 offers advantages to companies operating throughout the world and creates a diverse business culture that enhances this historic community.

Corporate headquarters for Marathon Petroleum Company grace the historic Main Street of Findlay and keep the downtown bustling. Whirlpool Corporation, the area’s largest manufacturer, employs over 2,000. Cooper Tire and Rubber Co., a tire manufacturer, also is headquartered in this vibrant community – and has been for nearly 100 years. Other automotive-related manufacturers are here: Findlay Industries, which specializes in interior trim; G.S.W. Manufacturing, a Japanese company that makes wiring harnesses and lead wires; Sanoh-America, Inc., a producer of specialty tubing; Molten Corp., a painted plastics manufacturer; and P&A Industries, Inc., a metal stamping and assembling company.

Other manufacturers attracted to Findlay include: Hancor, Inc., which manufactures corrugated polyethylene pipe, and Ball Metal Beverage Container. Distribution centers for Lowe’s, Kohl’s, Best Buy and the headquarters of Hercules Tire & Rubber are located here because of the excellent transportation access and the benefits of the Foreign Trade Zone.

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