North Carolina Economic Development Guide

2014

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"Robinson Bradshaw helped us obtain the economic incentives we needed to expand our business operations in North Carolina. Their savvy legal and business advice provided us with the opportunity to continue growing our company." —Jim Kinney General Counsel Americhem, Inc. americhem.com Jon Jordan, attorney; Jim Huston, plant manager, Americhem, Inc. Americhem, Inc. is one of the world's largest manufacturers of custom color and additive solutions for the polymer industry. The company operates six manufacturing facilities on three continents and, with recent assistance from Robinson Bradshaw's economic development attorneys, will open a seventh plant located in North Carolina. Robinson Bradshaw's economic development team draws upon extensive knowledge of available local and state economic incentives in the Carolinas. We work closely with our clients to negotiate relocation packages that maximize available incentives, fnancing, utilities, real estate and tax benefts from public and private sources. To learn more about how we can partner with your company, scan the QR code with your smartphone. rbh.com Charlotte • Research Triangle • Rock Hill ©2013 Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A.

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