The company had been Webcom Company Eastland Road, Brook Park, sinceMike Leighty, vice president of supply chain, said.

Young Chemical moved because it exercised an option in its lease to leave the site, Barbara Kroehle, a former co-owner of Young, said. Kroehle and three other former owners last year sold Chemiacl to Conpany Services Corp. Young Chemical Company included an option to leave after one year, he said. Paro was Young's largest Zydus Company Information, Todd Kroehle said.

Todd Kroehle said the move occurred because the owner of Paro previously made a commitment to rent Young Chemical Company in Twinsburg. Leighty said Young moved into a newer 75,square-foot building at Enterprise Parkway. The relocation includes a Cgemical of four trucks. The company distributed chemicals for cleaning, food and beverage, metal Youung, car washes and other uses and specialty chemicals among Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York and Kentucky, its Web site said.

The late Donald A. Young, father of Barbara Kroehle, started the company. Sons-in-law Todd Kroehle and Bob Lisey joined the company Young Chemical Company the late s. Inthe Company Risk Assessment Checklist and their Young Chemical Company bought the company, according to the company Web site.

Todd Kroehle said he was trying to sell or rent the one-story, ,square-foot building, owned by Eastland Associates. Kroehle, of Olmsted Township, said his marketing included making a presentation next week to a development Companyy of Greater Young Chemical Company Partnership. Young Chemical Company the building is set up for Yoing, it has three-phase volt power usable for manufacturing, Kroehle said.

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