The city council in Goshen, Ind., approved tax phase-ins for two buildings to be purchased by Kinro Manufacturing Inc., The Goshen News reported
The buildings are located at 1101 and 1201 Eisenhower Drive South in Goshen. According to the application, 140 new jobs will be created between the two facilities.
The total tax savings for Kinro, which, along with Lippert Components, is a subsidiary of Drew Industries Inc. will be approximately $150,000 over the two years of the phase-ins.
The firm supplies windows and doors to the RV industry.
One building will be used to expand its production and shipping departments, while the second will house shipping equipment and window lines.
No other details were immediately disclosed.
Kinro Manufacturing, a subsidiary of Drew Industries Inc., plans to begin manufacturing windows and doors for recreational vehicles at a facility in Pendleton, Ore., according to the Mid Columbia Tri City Herald, Kennewick, Wash.
The company would bring up to 80 jobs to the community, said Tracy Bosen, the city’s economic development director.
The plant is expected to start in late September, Bosen said.
The plant previously was used to manufacture RV chassis by another Drew subsidiary, Lippert Components, Bosen said.