Subsidy Tracker Individual Entry
expansion of air cargo hub and packaging sorting center
The subsidy, jobs and investment figures are taken from: Shannon Joyce Neal, "Wilmington Could Gain 900 Jobs in Air Hub Deal," Dayton Daily News, June 26, 2004.
The subsidy total included: $79 million in state tax credits; a $4 million low-interest loan for water and sewer improvements; $2.7 million in state training assistance; $3 million in other state grants; and $26 million in local tax abatements. The state also agreed to provide $300 million in tax-exempt bond financing. DHL closed the facility in 2009. Overlaps with main Subsidy Tracker data: none.