Success Stories

PCDA works closely with our local entrepreneurs, businesses and industries to retain jobs, grow workforce and assist with expansion opportunities.

Custom Mechanical Equipment

The company makes multi-zone custom heating and air condition units our of it’s Ponca City plant.  They moved here in 2003 from East Troy Wisconsin to take advantage of Oklahoma’s central U.S. location.  They ship their finished product throughout the continent and have said that this central North American location has saved them a significant amount of money. In 2016, CME added Custom Powder Coating & Sandblasting to their list of services and in 2017 purchased their existing building.  Find out more about CME, the company and the business, on their website.

Log10

Log10 was recruited to the Ponca City area by long-time food manufacturer Head Country BBQ.  Log10 is a food safety company and probiotic manufacturer. The probiotics are manufactured for individual use in food safety as well as additives for food products for human and animal consumption.  Log10 utilized the Business Incubator at Pioneer Technology for their offices and manufacturing in 2014 and leased a PCDA industrial building at 2402 Sykes Blvd in 2015 to begin internal construction of their lab, fermentation room and manufacturing facilities.  The probiotic manufacturing was relocated from the Incubator to the Sykes bldg in fall of 2017.  The company currently employs 20 people and is actively hiring.  FInd out more about Log10 on their website.

MJ&H Fabrications

MJ&H Fabrication is a design and manufacturing facility for vessels of all sizes (especially extremely large, specialized vessels), process piping, skid and modular packages, and structural steel for a broad range of industries.

KB Enterprises

KB Enterprises was the 2017 Business Plan Pitch-Off winner with their product Gatehands.

Dorada Foods

Dorada Foods represents a $50 million investment joint venture between Oklahoma City-based Lopez Foods, Tyson Foods and McDonalds.  It opened in Ponca City in 2011 and produces chicken products for McDonalds.  Governor Fallon was the keynote speaker at the ribbon cutting held on October 31, 2011.  The facility utilizes a former luncheon meat processing facility that closed in 2009.  Dorada employed 300 in 2013,adding 200 employees in 2014 and currently employs over 600 at this facility.  Dorada Foods is currently hiring for many positions.  FInd out more about open positions and how to apply here.


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