The German company Indulor will expand into the US and is looking to locate in Graham, Alamance County, North Carolina.
Indulor, a manufacturer of polymers used in paints, inks and coatings plans to create up to 20 jobs and invest up to $ 5 million at a site in Graham, NC.
The company is expected to sign an incentive agreement with the Alamance County in August. The Graham location will be Indulor’s first American facility and plans to start operation in 2010 or 2011.
Indulor is a privately owned company and was founded in the town of Ankum, Germany in 1978. It has two manufacturing sites, one at Bitterfeld (near Leipzig) and the other at Hesepe (near Osnabrück), with a combined manufacturing capacity of 60,000 metric tonnes per annum.
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