Four LVGEA-assisted Companies Expanding in Greater Las Vegas

TemperPack, WinTech, Nikkiso Cryo and Wilen approved for state incentives

LAS VEGAS— With the assistance of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA), four companies that plan to relocate or expand in Greater Las Vegas were approved for state incentives today by the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) board of directors.

These companies include TemperPack, WinTech, Nikkiso Cryo and Wilen. In total, these companies will bring 226 new jobs to the region over the next five years.

“TemperPack, WinTech, Nikkiso Cryo, and Wilen represent the economic diversity exploding Southern Nevada.  We are proud to have assisted these companies and appreciate the regional teamwork of our partners in economic development and commercial real estate who help grow and support our business-friendly environment.”

GOED works closely with the LVGEA and other redevelopment agencies across the state to ensure that businesses are able to get the incentives they need to expand their businesses.

“Companies in Nevada continue to expand their operations and new companies continue to move to our state because of the efforts to provide a well-trained workforce and our business-friendly environment,” said GOED Executive Director Paul Anderson. “The state continues to see expansion and growth in many industries diversifying our economy and making our state stronger.”

TemperPack – 69 jobs, $23.45 average wage

With its rapid growth, TemperPack Technologies, Inc. (TemperPack) is considering an expansion of its Las Vegas facility to better service West Coast-based companies in the food and life science industries. The company develops thermal packaging solutions for clients shipping perishable goods.

“Las Vegas is a powerful logistics hub and strategically located to help us serve our West Coast customers,” said TemperPack Co-founder and CTO Charles Vincent.
“TemperPack is glad to have found a pro-business partner in the Greater Las Vegas region and is excited to expand our manufacturing there.”

TemperPack designs, thermally validates and manufactures its products in-house for some of the largest direct-to-consumer perishable shipping companies in the U.S., including HelloFresh, Diplomat Pharmacy and Albertson’s. Learn more:

WinTech – 52 jobs, $36.63 average wage

WinTech LLC, the technology company behind the award-winning ALICE Receptionist virtual receptionist software, is planning to expand its Las Vegas-based headquarters which houses the company’s technology development, world-wide sales and support departments.

“A growing technology company faces many challenges. Those challenges are compounded without local resources to tap for business needs specific to the businesses industry and marketplace,” said WinTech CEO and Founder Mike Yoder. “LVGEA helped our organization find resources for growth we didn’t realize existed. These resources, along with our love of community, were important components to our decision to remain in Southern Nevada as we execute our next phase of growth.”

ALICE Receptionist is a visitor management technology used by hundreds of businesses and government agencies around the globe to greet, register, inform and connect visitors with employees. Unlike other visitor management software, WinTech uses advanced technology, such as motion detection. Learn more:

Nikkiso Cryo – 45 jobs, $29.83 average wage

With plans to expand its North Las Vegas facility, Nikkiso Cryo, Inc. (NCI) is one of two major companies that make custom-made submersible cryogenic pumps that are used throughout the world to pump liquified natural gas and liquified propane gas. The expansion project will consolidate two of the company’s locations and include investment in building improvements, new equipment and hiring.

The LVGEA assisted NCI with the abatement application process as well as provided guidance on resources and information relevant to economic events within the community.

“With the help of the LVGEA, we have been able to further utilize the benefits the state and community have to offer companies in North Las Vegas,” said NCI Controller Kerry H. Walters. Learn more:

Wilen Vegas, LLC – 60 jobs, $23.22 average wage

Wilen Vegas, LLC (Wilen), a company that offers direct marketing communications services, is planning to establish a facility in Las Vegas. A subsidiary of Wilen New York, LCC, Wilen serves automotive, financial services, healthcare, non-profits, publishing, retail, telecommunications and technology industries in the U.S. Learn more:

About Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance
The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA) is a public-private partnership dedicated to growing the economy in Southern Nevada through connectivity, community development, and strong business recruitment, retention and outreach. As Southern Nevada’s regional development authority, the LVGEA’s vision is to help residents thrive in a global economy by fostering a more prosperous, diverse and connected regional economy. To learn more, visit



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