3D printing manufacturer to bring over 100 jobs to Albuquerque

3D printing manufacturer to bring over 100 jobs to Albuquerque


PRINTING COMPANY IS SETTING UP SHOP HERE IN ALBUQUERQUE. CITY AND STATE OFFICIALS ANNOUNCED TODAY THAT JABIL, WILL TAKE OVER THE OLD JOHNSON AND JOHNSON PLANT NEAR THE UNM GOLF COURSE OF I-25. THE COMPANY PLANS TO INVEST NEARLY 42-MILLION DOLLARS, AND BRING IN MORE THAN 120 JOBS OVER THE NEXT FIVE YEARS. THEY USE 3-D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY TO PRODUCE HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS. 3d printing is a technology that )s evolving. think of it more like personalized healthcare where you can put devices that match maybe your profile as an individual. THE STATE WILL PROVIDE UP TO 750- THOUSAND DOLLARS IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUNDING, WHILE THE CITY WILL CHIP IN ANOTHER 250- THOUSAND. JABIL ALSO PLANS TO WORK WITH U- N-M AND C-N-M TO DEVELOP ITS WORKFORCE.