ERJ staff report (DS)
Evansville, Indiana - SealCorp USA, a maker of rubber-based adhesives and sealants is moving and expanding in its home town of Evansville, Indiana.
The company said it will expand in Evansville by creating 35 new jobs, retaining 47 jobs and investing $2.6 million in equipment over the next 10 years. The expansion is linked with a move from its original location to a new one in the same town.
â€œThe Rust family's have created hundreds of jobs in the Evansville area since 1962 and as a second generation Rust, I am proud to continue that legacy not only in the great city of Evansville, Indiana but in the very same manufacturing facility where it all started in 1962. SealCorp will expand from 40,000 square feet in five buildings to the 100,000 square feet Evansville location. The state of Indiana and the Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville provided the necessary tools and support for our company to make the decision to stay in Evansville, Indiana,â€ said SealCorp President, Ken Rust.
The company says it makes and extrudes rubber compounds based on Butyl, EPDM, EPR, Neoprene, TPO, PVC, and other speciality elastomers. These materials serve markets in roofing, automotive, construction and other industries.
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Press release from Seal Corp