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SUCCESSES - June 2016

Friday, June 17, 2016

Elkhart

Cleer Vision Tempered Glass

  • Glass product manufacturer expanding facility in Elkhart, IN
  • $3 million investment will expand product line and support growth
  • Creating over a dozen new jobs

Grand Design RV

  • Recreational vehicle manufacturer breaking ground on massive headquarters expansion in Middlebury, IN
  • Investing $11 million to construct two 110,000 sq. ft. facilities
  • Creating up to 100 new jobs

Lippert Components Inc.

  • RV component manufacturer and wholly owned subsidiary of Drew Industries Inc. has acquired an Italian business, Project 2000
  • Project 2000 manufactures motorized steps, bed lifts and RV accessories
  • Lippert Components paid $18.4 million for the company, with the goal of establishing a foundation in the European RV market

Shield Restraint Systems

  • Manufacturer of vehicle restraint systems expanding existing facility in Elkhart, IN
  • Investing $11.4 million in land, machinery and equipment
  • Project completion date is March 2019
  • Creating 40 new jobs

 Kosciusko

Texmo Precision Castings

  • UK-based manufacturer renovating and equipping operations in Warsaw, IN
  • Investing $2.5 million (with plans to invest a total of $5.48 million through 2020)
  • Adding 30 jobs

Winona Powder Coating

  • Installing new line to expand production capacity
  • $10 million investment will include a five-stage wash system and automatic powder booth
  • Hiring 50 new employees

LaGrange

ARI Legacy Sleepers

  • Manufacturer of custom sleepers for semi trucks
  • Constructing and equipping an 25,000 sq. ft. expansion to its existing facility in Shipshewana, IN
  • Creating 12 new jobs

LaPorte

Michigan City Paper Box Co.

  • Retail packaging manufacturer investing in Michigan City, IN operations
  • Investing $1.2 million in new equipment
  • Creating 3 new jobs

Steuben

Cold Heading Co.

  • Michigan-based fastener manufacturer expanding its operations in Fremont, IN
  • Investing $12 million to double the size of current facilities
  • Creating up to 30 jobs by 2019