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J.O. Wolf Tool & Die moves to Huntington

Posted: Friday, December 12, 2014

J.O. Wolf Tool and Die announced Wednesday, December 10 that it is moving into the former Huntington Electric building, located at 550 Condit Street. The move will officially take place in mid-January.

According to Keith Miller, co-owner of J.O. Wolf Tool and Die, “We design and build plastic projection molds, factory fixtures and do some small production runs along with some medical work.” Miller went on to say “We simply had to add on to our existing building or move to another location. We are bursting at the seams where we currently are in Roanoke.”

Mark Wickersham, executive director of the Huntington County Economic Development, said, “The former Huntington Electric building is a 15,000 square foot building which is an improvement from their former building which only had about 4,800 square feet.”

Plans call for J.O. Wolf Tool and Die to retain their existing six employees and hire two additional employees.

Shown in the photo, fourth from left is Huntington City Mayor Brooks Fetters shaking hands with Keith Miller, co-owner of J.O. Wolf Tool and Die. Next to Miller is his wife, Dawn, and J.O. Wolf and his wife, Shirley, co-owners of J.O. Wolf Tool and Die. Pictured at far right, is Mark Wickersham, executive director, Huntington County Economic Development.