Pax Machine Works, Inc., Celina Ohio, made a four year commitment to the Tri Star Career Compact 2.0 building project today for building enhancements. The Precision Machining classroom will be named the “Pax Machine Works Precision Machining Classroom.” Pax Machine is the first company to make a commitment to the new 100,000 square foot Tri Star facility that will be built across the road from the Wright State University Lake Campus.
“Tri Star has provided us with quality trained candidates for many years and the training they provide for both students and adults is invaluable for our company and the community,” stated Mike Pax, Pax Machine Works President. “The area needs a pipeline of skilled labor and Tri Star has provided that for over 30 years for Auglaize and Mercer Counties. We are proud to be part of the future growth of Tri Star and feel it is important to invest in that future.” Pax added.
Jared Ebbing, Mercer County Economic Director stated, “Companies like Pax Machine is what makes our local area so strong in manufacturing. They support the local schools and the future training opportunities for both students and adults.”
Tri Star Director Tim Buschur said, “Pax Machine has been a big supporter for many years, and to have them make this commitment to our new facility, is outstanding. We are so appreciative of their donation. It will help make a great facility even better.”
Pax Machine Works has been existence since 1948. It started out as a farm equipment repair business on the family farm and has grown to become one of the most modern and complete metal stamping plants in the country. Pax ships millions of parts to customer locations throughout the world, primarily serving the automotive industry. The successof Pax Machine over the years is due to the strength of its workforce from the surround communities.