Disc Manufacturing to Stay in Anaheim
Disc Manufacturing Inc. said Tuesday that it will remain in Anaheim during a planned expansion, taking advantage of economic incentives provided by the city in order to purchase a building from Rockwell International Corp. along the Riverside Freeway.
The company, a manufacturer of compact discs and CD-ROMs, employs about 170 workers. It plans to add 190 jobs by 1998, according to company officials, and expects to spend about $30 million on the new site.
The city of Anaheim voted Tuesday to provide the company with lower-priced utilities and has agreed to buy a portion of the Rockwell site that Disc Manufacturing may need in the future. The company has agreed to purchase the additional parcel within 14 years, city officials said.