Switzerland-based REGO-FIX will break ground Tuesday morning on a new facility in Whitestown. The company is investing $3.5 million to build the facility, which will serve as its new U.S. headquarters and create about 20 jobs.
Whitestown says the new jobs will have an average salary of $33 per hour. REGO-FIX, which is currently located in Indianapolis, manufactures parts for the aerospace, medical and power generation industries.
"Whitestown represents the type of quality REGO-FIX values, and we are proud to be part of a growing and dynamic community," said Andreas Weber, president of REGO-FIX.
Weber also serves as Consulate for Switzerland in Indianapolis and helps Swiss companies and citizens in Indiana. As a result of REGO-FIX establishing it’s U.S. headquarters in Whitestown, the consulate will also relocate to the Boone County town.
The ground breaking ceremony is scheduled for 9:00 Tuesday morning. REGO-FIX announced the move in April along with Carmel-based Telamon, which is planning to locate its telecom division in Whitestown.