A medical technology company is planning to move to the city of Kettering with the help of incentives.
RadmediX, now a four-person firm in West Chester, would immediately add the equivalent of two to three full-time jobs.
The company, which makes digital radiology products, also expects to create the equivalent of 10 to 20 full time jobs over the next three to five years, said Gregg Gorsuch, economic development manager with the city of Kettering.
RadmediX is seeing to move to a 25,100-square-foot office at 2510 Lance Drive.
The city is planning to give the company a $56,250 grant over five years, according to an agreement between the company and city.
The city council will vote on the incentive agreement Tuesday evening.
A message was left with the company seeing more information about the plans.
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