Gottheimer Helps Break Ground on Expansion of Konica Minolta’s Ramsey Headquarters
Expansion Will Create More Than 400 New Jersey Jobs
|Above: Gottheimer speaks at the Konica Minolta groundbreaking in Ramsey alongside Konica Minolta President and CEO Rick Taylor
On Wednesday, August 8, 2018, Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) helped break ground on Konica Minolta’s new expansion of their corporate headquarters in Ramsey and thanked company leadership for choosing to invest in and champion North Jersey workers.
At Konica Minolta’s U.S. corporate headquarters in Ramsey, Gottheimer joined Konica Minolta President and CEO Rick Taylor, several Konica Minolta senior executives, Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi, Freeholders Mary Amoroso and Germaine Ortiz, Ramsey Mayor Deirdre Dillon, Ramsey Councilman Joseph Verdone, Ramsey Chamber of Commerce President Louise Van Osten and Vice President Marjorie Brower, Bergen County Director of Economic Development Joanne Cimiluca, New Jersey Tech Council Board Member Marianna Rabinovitch, and many other local business and community leaders.
“To create growth and ensure our workers, students, communities are prepared for the economy of the future, we need innovative companies like Konica Minolta to grow in our state. I am so grateful that Konica Minolta has decided to increase its investment here in the Fifth District, bringing more than 400 new jobs and a new Engineering Center, R&D Facility, and Technical Training Facility that will help train current and future Konica Minolta employees,” said Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5). “For my part, in Congress, I will keep fighting to keep our taxes down, get rid of unnecessary regulations, and invest in our infrastructure so that cutting-edge companies like Konica Minolta can continue to come, stay, and invest in North Jersey workers and the North Jersey economy.”
|Below: From left to right: Bergen County Director of Economic Development Joanne Cimiluca, Konica Minolta President and CEO Rick Taylor, Congressman Josh Gottheimer, Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi, Freeholder Mary Amoroso, and Freeholder Germaine Ortiz