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State Senator Gayle Manning (R-North Ridgeville) this week announced the expansion of operations at a Norwalk document scanning and retention company.

"This is an exciting development for the Norwalk community," said Manning. "The region's top-notch workforce training programs, combined with excellent public services and a growing technology sector make the Norwalk area an attractive location for job creators looking to expand their businesses."

SC Strategic Solutions, LLC on Monday announced plans to expand their operations at a new facility located at 600 Industrial Parkway, in Norwalk.

The announcement followed the approval of a loan request through the Ohio Controlling Board for the purchase of the 54,540 sq. ft. facility. The project will create new jobs and allow the company to grow its existing client base.

SC Strategic Solutions oversees record retention schedules with its proprietary software system that allows organizations to remotely and securely access records. The company provides an array of services to schools, local governments, hospitals, law firms and other clients seeking to make records retention more efficient and cost-effective.

 
 
 
  
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