A LaGrange County-based auto supplier has taken control of a Fort Wayne shell building. Our partners at 21 Alive WPTA-TV in Fort Wayne report Nishikawa Cooper LLC, which makes sealing systems for several automotive customers, has purchased the building near I-69. The city partnered with multiple developers to build the facility in 2013. The 60,000 square-foot building is across from Interstate-69.

Nishikawa Cooper makes sealing systems for automotive customers including Honda, Nissan, Chrysler, Toyota, Subaru and Mazda. The company is based in Topeka, Indiana.

Source: 21 Alive WPTA-TV

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