GREENVILLE, OHIO — Greenville Technologies Inc. (GTI) has signed a lease for 26,000 square feet of space at the Corning Plant, located in Greenville. The company plans to use the space as a docking station to sequence and pack automotive parts. Tim Echemann of Industrial Property Brokers arranged the deal. The Corning Plant was acquired by Aaron Wright and Richard Kennedy in 2003 and subsequently redeveloped into a multi-tenant industrial complex. GTI’s lease brings the property up to full occupancy, but the owners have announced plans to build a 40,000-square-foot warehouse addition to the facility. The expansion will include 22-foot clear ceiling heights, three docks and T-8 lighting.