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 This Automotive OEM Coatings facility is located on 31 acres in Darke County, Ohio. It specializes in the production of protective resins and coatings used in the automotive industry as well as resins and non-pigmented coatings for the industrial coatings market.   The Greenville site has a management-represented workforce of 180 associates and has achieved ISO 9002 and QS 9000 certification, and has been recognized by the National Safety Council.
Site Name: Greenville 
Site Address: 1175 Martin Street
Greenville, Ohio 45331
Site attributes:
  • This site is very active in the community through programs such as our Citizens Advisory Panel, Darke County Chamber of Commerce, Partnership in Education and United Way. 
  • BASF Greenville associates are committed to high standards in all areas of quality, safety and the environment.

Local attractions:

Local Transportation:
  • Approximately 40 minutes from the Dayton International Airport located at St. Rt's. 127 and 36 and is easily accessible from I-75 and I-70. 
  • Local taxi service is available, as well as the Greenville Transit System. 
  • Rental car services are available at the airport and locally.
  • The Henry St. Claire Memorial Hall
  • The Anna Bier Gallery and the Garst Museum is filled with music and entertainment by The Greenville Community Concert Band. 
  • Downtown Greenville, as well as its surrounding communities, offer shops, stores and antiques. 
  • The Garst Museum, which has numerous local and regional treasures. 
  • The Great Darke County Fair and Annie Oakley Days are two of the large summer attractions for the Greenville/Darke County area.
 Recreational activities:
  • City Park -- picnic grounds, playgrounds, soccer fields, tennis and shuffleboard courts, swimming pools, fishing ponds, and basketball courts
  • YMCA, 
  • Five public and private golf courses
  • Nature Center at the Shawnee Prairie Reserve. 
  • With 83 of its buildings listed on the National Register of Historical Places, Downtown Greenville is home to many retail and specialty shops as well as several dining establishments. 
  • Other shopping opportunities in the city include strip malls made up of national chains and local stores. 
  • There are several large malls within 40 minutes' driving time from Greenville. 
 Any added extras:
  • Greenville, Ohio, was rated among America’s Top 100 Small Towns for Corporate Facilities by Site Selection magazine. In March of 2000, Site Selection ranked small towns on the basis of new plant and expansion announcements from 1989 to the present, and Greenville was rated number 61.
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