Johnson & Johnson Vision launches a $57 million expansion in Jacksonville
New Jersey-based Johnson & Johnson came to Jacksonville in 1981 by acquiring Frontier Contact Lenses and has been expanding since.
Johnson & Johnson Vision is working on at least $57 million in investments at its Jacksonville disposable contact lens manufacturing plant.
The city issued a permit Oct. 17 for an almost $30.71 million project to renovate space to install new equipment at the plant.
That comes after the city issued a permit Sept. 22 for a $20 million 2GT waste plastics addition and a permit issued Sept. 18 for a $6.1 million nitrogen plant.
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