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Taggart moving offices in Washington County |

Taggart moving offices in Washington County

| Tuesday, March 24, 2009 12:00 a.m

Taggart Global LLC, a Scott-based company providing services in coal preparation and specialization in coal processing, has added 25 employees and expects to hire another 25 when it relocates to 4000 Town Center in Southpointe II, Washington County.

“We have outgrown our 22,000-square foot, 3-story building at 2090 Greentree Road, and wanted to stay in the Pittsburgh region because this is the mecca of the energy and coal mining industries,” said Richard McCormick, Taggart president. The move to Southpointe is scheduled for May 1.

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