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High-tech Canadian company coming to county

December 2, 2010

COLUMBIA CITY – Iotron Industries Canada, Inc., a provider of contract sterilization services to the medical industry, pest and microbial reduction for agribusiness and materials modification in the production of orthopedic products, announced today that it will establish a new operation here, creating up to 20 jobs by 2012.
Iotron Industries will invest more than $15.3 million to construct a 54,000 square-foot electron beam treatment facility in the Park 30 Business Center, a shovel-ready park near Columbia City.
“It’s welcomed news to see a high-tech, international company like Iotron recognize the good things Indiana has to offer – low-taxes, welcoming to business and the most concentrated, experienced orthopedic industry workers in the world,” said Governor Mitch Daniels.
The Canada-based company’s electron-beam treatment process serves medical products and products used in the agribusiness industry. In addition, the company’s technology is used for advanced applications such composite curing in the defense and manufacturing industries.
See Friday's edition of The Post & Mail for more details

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