Monolith Materials Celebrates Opening of New Technical Center with Ribbon Cutting
Monolith Materials (www.monolithmaterials.com), a next-generation manufacturer of natural gas-based carbon black and hydrogen, officially celebrated the opening of its new technical center on September 25 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony conducted by the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.
As he gave remarks before the ribbon cutting, Monolith co-founder and CEO, Rob Hanson, was joined by Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and Mayor Chris Beutler, along with VP of the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development Pat Haverty.
The Governor honored Monolith for their contribution in helping Nebraska win the 2017 Governor’s Cup Award by investing roughly $100 million dollars and adding 100 jobs to the state’s economy.
With Monolith’s corporate headquarters in Lincoln and its global manufacturing hub near Hallam, NE, these facilities bring multi-level career roles, hundreds of millions of dollars in new capital investment, and a clean energy source to the State of Nebraska.
Monolith Materials is staffed with a team of world-class engineers and scientists, including many who relocated to Lincoln from Monolith’s San Francisco Bay area R&D facility. Monolith is seeking more chemists, engineers, and rubber scientists as well as all-level positions across their three Lincoln area facilities. For more information, visit www.monolithmaterials.com.