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Rep. Johnson tours Salem company

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Congressman Bill Johnson says a Salem-based company is a perfect example of an American company that can prosper and grow through exports to a global marketplace.

On a tour of BOC Water Hydraulics Johnson said the local company has become a leader in it's field with innovative projects and new technologies that can impact the global economy.

"These folks are solving problems that the world wants to solve, how do we continue to make things and innovate and take care of our environment at the same time and these folks are showing how to do that" Johnson said.

The Congressman from Ohio's sixth district says as U.S. companies capitalize on export opportunities it will generate economic development and jobs here at home.

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