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Toledo, Ohio is in the 419 area code in Lucas County, Ohio.
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A Nextiva local phone number in the City of Toledo, Ohio will give your business a local phone number presence, regardless of where your business is located or you may be traveling. Best of all, every Nextiva phone number comes with the most advanced PBX features, without the usual high costs.
Toledo is home to approximately 298,446 citizens, with an estimated 16,654 companies and businesses. Toledo became best known for industrial manufacturing originally. Over the years, Toledo advanced to host approximately three Fortune 500 companies, including the Dana Corporation, Owens Corning and Owens Illinois. Fifth-Third Bank's Northwest Ohio headquarters is located in Toledo, as is HCR Manor Care, an up and coming Fortune 1000 company.
Toledo caters to the glass industry with many window, bottle, windshield, construction material and glass art businesses. In addition to Owens Corning, the Libbey Glass, Pilkington North America and Therma-Tru, Johns Manville and Toledo Engineering and Glasstech firms are also a staple of Toledo's economy.
The largest employer in Toledo was Jeep for much of the 20th century, however, the University of Toledo and the healthcare industry are now the city's largest employers. Toledo is the primary market city for the northwest Ohio region where there is a high concentration of retail establishments and medical facilities.
Fortune 500 automotive related companies have headquarters in Toledo, including Electric AutoLite, Champion Spark Plug, Sheller-Globe Corporation, Questor and Dana Corporation, as well as Faurecia Exhaust Systems. Large companies continue to partner with the city's Chamber of Commerce to support small business interests.