New manufacturing business moving to PA
June 15th, 2004 - 5:33am

(Port Angeles) -- Another new company is planning to re-locate in Port Angeles. Port of Port Angeles Commissioners heard this week that Harbor Action, Incorporated, will be moving its Aberdeen operation to Port Angeles. Since January 2000, Westport Shipyards has had their cabinet shot located in the Portís 25-thousand square foot multi- tenant building at the Airport Industrial Park. Increased business the demand for more space has forced Westport to relocate at the larger 10-50 building, freeing up the multi-tenant building by July. Since October of last year, Port staff and the Economic Development Council have been working with Byron Woolsey, co-owner of Harbor Action, who has been planning on relocating one of his companies here. The firm, along with its parent company, Industrial Automation, Inc, out of Seattle, manufactures a full line of Boeing-designed and proprietary tooling, engine cradles, shipping dollies and airframe maintenance equipment for the airline industry. Woolsey and Port staff have now finalized rental agreement to lease 10-square feet of the Multi-tenant building, for a 2-year term, with two one-year options, at $25-hundred dollars a month. Itís not known at this time how many employees the company will bring up from Aberdeen, or hire here in Port Angeles.



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