Chutes Manufacturer Opens New Facility, Adding 15 County Jobs

Published Friday, August 26, 2016

On Thursday, Aug. 25, CHUTES International, a leading chutes manufacturer and distributor, opened its newly expanded Charles County facility. Located at 33 Industrial Park Drive in Waldorf, the new facility allows additional space for a second manufacturing line and minimizes products being outsourced. Through a partnership with the Department of Economic Development and the Maryland Department of Commerce, CHUTES secured funding for the new facility.  The facility added 15 new Charles County jobs, and the company expects to continue expanding in coming years.

“CHUTES’ decision to expand in Charles County is a testament to the cooperation between the county and the State to provide businesses with resources they need to grow and thrive,” said Peter F. Murphy, president of the Charles County Board of Commissioners.

“Economic development is a team sport,” said Michael Gill, Maryland Secretary of Commerce. “We’re on the right path. Being here today with Hadi [President of CHUTES International] and his team makes me feel really good about it.”

“Now we are nicely settled into our 45,000-square-foot facility,” said Hadi Boustani, president of CHUTES International. “Due, in no small part, to the help and generosity of the State and the county, and thanks to a lot of hard work done by a lot of people who felt CHUTES belonged in Charles County, Maryland.”

Photo (left to right): Marcia Keeth, Department of Economic Development; Darrell Brown, Department of Economic Development; Commissioner President Peter F. Murphy, Charles County Government; Commissioner Ken Robinson (District 1), Charles County Government; Hadi Boustani, CHUTES International; Secretary Michael Gill, Maryland Department of Commerce; Roy McGrath, Governor’s Office; and Billie Stachura, Charles County Chamber of Commerce. 

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About CHUTES International
CHUTES International sells, rents, repairs, and maintains chutes. Since 1989, we've grown our high quality product line to include external steel chutes, plastic chutes, internal linen chutes and trash chutes, compactors, and containers. We also offer a variety of maintenance and repair services including chute washings, chute repair, compactor repair, compactor preventive maintenance, and emergency compactor and chute repair services.

About Charles County
Recently hailed as being home to one of CNNMoney’s “Best Places to Live,” Charles County is a growing business hub that is well positioned for investment, growth, and development. Strategically located in the Washington DC metro area, the county is a prime location for businesses that are looking to locate or relocate, offering companies access to a large, talented workforce; affordable, flexible, and attractive real estate options; strategic access via a multi-modal transportation network; and excellent education options. For more information: www.MeetCharlesCounty.com.

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