EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Plastics maker EnCom Polymers is planning to bring nearly 60 jobs to Evansville over the next three years.
EnCom will upgrade its existing building on N. Sprint Road to include four new production lines, a lab line, an injection molder and a testing laboratory, says the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.
The improvements will allow EnCom to manufacture its products in-house, instead of relying on out-of-state manufacturers.
The company plans to have its first production line operational by September.
EnCom currently has 14 employees at its Evansville HQ. It plans to immediately hire 17 more employees to work in manufacturing and professional services. Interested applicants can apply online at www.indeed.com.
EnCom was established in 2001 to make plastic products for the automotive industry. It has since expanded to include parts used by companies in the telecommunications, electrical, and medical industries. EnCom has sites in Indiana, Michigan, China, and Israel.
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