Obara calls on Hemmer for new facility expansion

Posted on Friday, October 13, 2017 in Press Releases.

ERLANGER, Ky. ‒ Paul Hemmer Company is at work on a 10,000-square-foot manufacturing and warehouse addition for Obara Corporation USA at the company’s facility at 1346 Jamike Lane in Erlanger’s Mineola Industrial Park.

The project is the fourth in a relationship between Paul Hemmer Company and Obara that began in the 1980s. Hemmer constructed Obara’s original building in 1988 and has since completed two other expansion and renovation projects at the facility. 

The newest expansion will meet the increased demand for Obara’s products. Obara Corporation manufactures a comprehensive range of resistance welding equipment and is a global leader in the comprehensive resistance welding systems typically used for car bodies. Responding to the demands of a range of industries and an increasingly competitive marketplace, Obara USA has grown and diversified to offer comprehensive support and a full range of services. 

Paul Hemmer Company is a construction management, building services and real estate development firm with a history in Greater Cincinnati dating back to 1921, when it began operation as the John M. Hemmer Construction Company. Reorganized in 1982 as the Paul Hemmer Company, the Fort Mitchell, Kentucky-based firm is recognized as one of the Greater Cincinnati region’s premier providers of construction services. Hemmer specializes in design/build construction, which enables it to provide the earliest commitment of guaranteed cost and delivery for its industrial, medical, commercial and retail clients. Hemmer has also developed more than six million square feet of space throughout the Midwest and credits its success to its highly experienced team that places an emphasis on communication, commitment to quality and competitive pricing.

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