07 June 2012 22:15 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--ExxonMobil’s plan to move offices from Akron, Ohio and other US locations to expand its new Houston campus will affect hundreds of its chemical business employees, the company said on Thursday.
ExxonMobil plans to house roughly 10,000 employees at its new campus in north Houston.
The functions of the ExxonMobil Chemical offices in Akron, Ohio, where there are some 200 employees, will be moved to Houston.
Office functions in Fairfax, Virginia, as well as from the immediate Houston area, will also be moved to the campus, the company said.
The moves will take place in phases starting in 2014, with full occupancy of the new campus expected by 2015. Construction began in 2011
Some of the ExxonMobil Chemical positions at its Baytown refinery complex just outside Houston will also be moved to the campus.
Also affected will be positions at the Fairfax, Virginia offices of ExxonMobil’s refining and supply, research and engineering, and fuels, lubricants & specialties marketing businesses.
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