Saturday, November 25, 2006

Ohio Still "Makes Things"
Reading a recent BSB post about how Ohio's economy has changed- i.e. we no longer "make things"- I was reminded of something I see all over the country... the name of misc. Ohio companies on all kinds of restroom and restaurant products.

For example, the paper toilet covers at the airport in Salt Lake City were made in Highland Heights, OH (see picture below).

I couldn't find a NAICS classification code for Toilet and Toilet-Related Products- but they do have one for Paper Products (manufacturing) and the statistics show this industry going strong in Ohio: almost 300 companies with nearly 30,000 paid employees.

So, at least we have that going for us.


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