PHOENIX—Metso Minerals Industries, Inc. isrelocating its industrial equipment repair and field servicefacility to southeast Mesa. This will be a multi-milliondollar investment to construct the 44,000 square foot facility. Themove will plan to create 40 new jobs.

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“District 6 in Mesa has become the place for companies to callhome, thanks to the convenience of the airport, highways andtechnology hubs. I am thrilled to welcome Metso to Mesa andlook forward to them joining our large contingent of companiesbringing jobs to the area,” District 6 Councilmember ScottSomers says.

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The facility, located at 8223 E. Pecos Rd., will service miningindustry customers around the state. The state-of-the-art facilitywill be used as a combination machine shop, weld shop, mechanicalrebuild shop and a field service team center tosupport, repair and rebuild process equipment that is used inthe mining industry across the southwestern U.S.

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“This is one more step in our global strategy to continue tobring service closer to our customers,” Metso senior vice presidentRandall Reisinger said. “Metso has beendelivering great service in the region for many years, and now theteam will expand the offering to develop solutions more effectivelyand much faster.”

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Metso is a process performance provider, with customers inthe mining, construction and oil and gas industries. Metsoemploys around 16,000 professionals in 50 countries.

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Officials at Metso Minerals were unavailable for furthercomment.

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