Switzerland-based REGO-FIX will Friday celebrate the grand opening of its new North American headquarters in Whitestown. The company has invested about $3.5 million to build the facility and plans to add about 20 jobs over the next few years.
The 20,000 square-foot building is located in the AllPoints at Anson industrial park in Whitestown. REGO-FIX is moving to the new facility from previous location in Indianapolis.
REGO-FIX President Andres Weber said at the groundbreaking ceremony for the facility in July that Whitestown "represents the type of quality REGO-FIX values." Weber is also the Consulate for Switzerland in Indianapolis and, as a result of the move, the consulate will also relocate to Whitestown.