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Ecolab to build LatAm HQ in Florida and employ 50

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Ecolab has chosen to establish its new Latin America regional headquarters in Florida. The project will create 50 jobs in Miramar and invest more than $800,000 in the local community.

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Ecolab is a water, hygiene, energy technologies and services company. The company’s 47,000 associates deliver comprehensive solutions and on-site service to promote safe food, maintain clean environments, optimize water and energy use, and improve operational efficiencies for customers at more than one million locations in more than 170 countries.

John Guttery, President of Ecolab Latin America, said, “Miramar was an ideal location for our Latin America regional headquarters because of its healthy infrastructure, strong talent pool and great transportation connections to the region. Our business in Latin America is growing rapidly, and this investment underscores our commitment to the region.”

Bill Johnson, President and CEO of Enterprise Florida, said, “Ecolab’s decision to establish its Latin America regional headquarters in Miramar is great news for Florida. With this move, Ecolab will be creating 50 new jobs for Floridians. I look forward to Ecolab’s continued growth and success as we work to make Florida the global leader for business.”

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