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Firm would create 50 jobs in Minden

The Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development Board said Thursday a California aerospace company would receive a $200,000 in Catalyst Funds over the next three years if it relocates to Minden, and creates an estimated 50 jobs. Cristek, founded in 1985 to serve the military and aerospace industries, designs and sells a range of interconnect technologies. According to the governor’s office, the company has expertise in nanominiature and microminiature connector technology. The company manufactures in southern California and New England. Catalyst funding will amount to $200,000 over 3∏ years, with payments contingent upon actual job creation, estimated to be up …

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