Therma-Tru Doors, a manufacturer of residential steel and fiberglass
door systems, will invest $5 million to expand its manufacturing
operation in Butler, Indiana, according to the Indiana governor's
office. The company plans to create more than 150 new jobs over the
next three years, with hiring to begin next year. "Therma-Tru is
pleased to provide some relief to the local economy during this
uncertain time, and we appreciate the assistance of Indiana officials
in helping Therma-Tru and our associates continue to pursue our
business goals, as well as their willingness to help the people of
Indiana," says Dave Randich, the company's president. Therma-Tru has
been offered an incentives package that includes up to $1 million in
performance-based tax credits and up to $200,000 in training grants
from the state, continent on job creation; the city will also provide
property tax abatement.
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