A high tech center opening today in Jeffersonville is expected to pay employees more than twice the Clark County average. American Air Filter Co. Inc. says its new Clean Air Innovation & Research Center will create up to 25 jobs by 2018.
AAF International, as the company is more commonly knows, is a subsidiary of Flanders Corp., which says the center will have space for up to 40 workers. The center will have lab, testing and storage space. It will also have a materials development laboratory and machine shop.
AAF employs more than 5,000 worldwide. You can read more about the center by clicking here.