Airbolt Industries Highlighted in the Santa Clarita Business Minute Video Series
In the latest edition of the Santa Clarita Business Minute, hear the story of Airbolt Industries’ relocation to Santa Clarita with the help of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation and the employee training programs offered by College of the Canyons. Airbolt Industries, a manufacturer of aerospace, military and commercial components, is a recent example of a successful business attraction effort made by the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation.
The City of Santa Clarita is proud to be named the “Most Business-Friendly City in Los Angeles County” by the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation in 2016. This designation is due in large part to the partnership with business organizations like the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation and College of the Canyons and the unified approach to attracting and supporting businesses throughout the community.
In the newest Santa Clarita Business Minute video, Melissa Ramirez, President of Airbolt Industries, and Oscar Ramirez, CEO, discuss the process of relocating to Santa Clarita. The pair share the story of what led them to consider the Santa Clarita Valley, what happened when they relocated here and how they benefit from doing business in Santa Clarita.
In addition to the site selection and relocation assistance Airbolt received from the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation, their employees are receiving classes on-site at their business, helping them improve their skills.
The Santa Clarita Business Minute is a video campaign designed to spotlight successful local companies. Airbolt Industries is one of more than 6,000 diverse global, national and regional companies that call Santa Clarita home. The most recent video, as well as others, can be viewed at ThinkSantaClarita.com.
For more information about the Santa Clarita Business Minute and to learn why companies like Airbolt Industries choose to relocate to Santa Clarita, visit ThinkSantaClarita.com.