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See Who’s Here

Ogden is home to a diverse array of companies, particularly in three key industry clusters: aerospace & advanced materials, IT/software, and outdoor recreation. Read on to learn more about who has chosen to locate in Ogden and why.
MAVIC, a French cycling brand, is moving its headquarters from Massachusetts to Ogden in 2015. It will join its parent company, Amer Sports Winter & Outdoor, which has its U.S. headquarters in Ogden.
OSPREY PACKS, a leader in technical packs, relocated its U.S. distribution center to Ogden in 2015. The new distribution center will allow Osprey to position its fulfillment operations in a transportation hub with access to the national rail network.
NORTHROP GRUMMAN opened a 45,000 square-foot engineering center in Ogden in March 2014. Northrop Grumman employs 250 computer science and electrical engineers at the Ogden Airport Gateway Center.
WEBNX opened a 60,000 square-foot data center with future expansion to 105,000 square feet at Business Depot Ogden in 2014.
ENVE COMPOSITES is expanding in Ogden. ENVE manufactures high-end carbon fiber bicycle components. ENVE’s rims have always been made in Ogden, but recently, ENVE re-shored additional manufacturing operations to Ogden. ENVE is growing rapidly, with plans to add 324 new jobs in Utah by 2019.
PURCH (formerly TechMedia Network) is an industry leader in digital content and services. Purch recently expanded its operations in Ogden, making a substantial investment in new offices at the American Can complex and anticipating the creation of 75 new jobs over the next 10 years.
FRESENIUS is a global leader in providing products and services related to dialysis treatment. Fresenius has a major manufacturing facility in Ogden and is continuing to expand its presence in the area.
ESURANCE and its sister company ANSWER FINANCIAL established a major office in Ogden in 2014. Over the next 20 years, the two companies are expected to create 700 new jobs and make a capital investment of $15 million at the Ogden location.
BARNES AEROSPACE has expanded in Ogden, opening a 50,000 square-foot aviation manufacturing facility at Business Depot Ogden. The expansion, at full capacity, created 210 new, full-time jobs and generated $2.5 million in capital investment.
HOMEDEPOT.COM opened an 85,000 square-foot customer service / sales center in Business Depot Ogden, which will bring approximately 850 jobs to Ogden. Construction of the facility was completed in Fall 2012.
QUALITY BICYCLE PRODUCTS, a leading distributor in the cycling and outdoor industry, relocated their distribution operations to Ogden in 2011. Located at Business Depot Ogden, QBP constructed an 85,000 square-foot LEED-certified distribution facility that employs approximately 100 employees.
In 2011, WAYFAIR, formerly CSN Stores, relocated to Ogden, Utah. Wayfair is the third largest online retailer of consumer goods in the U.S. The new 40,000 square foot customer service/sales center will create approximately 850 jobs, and additional jobs through their 100,000 square foot warehouse/distribution center.