An international manufacturer has taken the wraps off of its new North American headquarters in Boone County. Switzerland-based REGO-FIX, which makes precision parts for the aerospace, medical and power generation industries, says the multi-million dollar Whitestown facility will help the company attract the highly-educated, highly-trained people it needs.
President Andreas Weber says the new facility is a "big step up" from the company’s previous Indianapolis location.
"We build this facility customized to our needs," Weber tells Inside INdiana Business, "So all the workflows are optimized, warehouse is optimized, tech support is optimized. So we can offer a lot to our customers with this new facility."
The investment is expected to result in about 20 new jobs, with an average wage of $33 per hour. Whitestown Town Manager Dax Norton says the project is a major boost for the town and it’s work force, calling REGO-FIX "exactly the type of company we want to attract to our community."
The 20,000 square-foot facility is located at Whitestown’s AllPoints at Anson industrial park. The company says the design will allow faster response times, increased inventory availability and room for future growth.