Company opens new facility worth $40 million in Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — A new distribution center has opened in Oklahoma City.

Jasco Manufacturing invested more than $40 million dollars to build the facility. Jasco will develop products like lighting fixtures, lighting controls, consumer electronics, and charging products.

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt took part in Wednesday’s ribbon cutting ceremony. In addition to the grand opening, Jasco Manufacturing donated $200,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Oklahoma City.

The new distribution center comes weeks after Panasonic chose Kansas over Oklahoma for its new electric battery plant.