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A brand new manufacturing business is up and running today in Redmond. LMH Industries has leased a 17,000 square foot building for the new cable assembly manufacturing facility. Once they are up to full speed they hope to have 40 people working there. Company spokesperson Nikki McQuilliams says the company is happy to be in Redmond. "We did look at several different sites within Oregon and ultimately decided with Redmond’s favorable workforce and demographics that logistically it was just the best place for our business." LMH will manufacture cable assemblies and wire harnesses often used by the military and in the medical industries. They will initially hire about 15 employees.

 

 

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