WHITESTOWN, Ind. – REGO-FIX and Telamon today announced their intent to locate in All Points at Anson in Whitestown, pending incentive negotiations. Combined, the companies anticipate employing more than 70 individuals in Boone County.
Swiss company REGO-FIX plans to build an 18,000 square foot facility to serve as their new U.S. headquarters. The company anticipates employing up to 22 individuals in Whitestown and making an estimated capital investment of $2 million. REGO-FIX, founded in 1950 by Fritz Weber, specializes in top quality parts spanning a broad range of industries including aerospace, medical, and power generation.
“Whitestown represents the type of qualityREGO-FIX values, and we are proud to be part of a growing and dynamic community,” said Andreas Weber, REGO-FIX President.
Weber also acts as Consulate for Switzerland in Indianapolis, assisting Swiss companies and citizens in Indiana. With REGO-FIX’s anticipated move, the consulate will now be located in Boone County.
Telamon anticipates occupying 111,000 square feet of All Points at Anson Building 19 for its telecom division. The company anticipates employing up to 50 individuals in Whitestown. Telamon simplifies business for its customers in the areas of telecommunications, industrial assembly, business process outsourcing, energy management, and connected health services.
“We are excited to grow our business and expand into the Whitestown area. We decided to add space here versus other parts of the Indy Metro area due to its convenient access to the highway and our headquarters in Carmel along with Duke/Browning’s willingness to ensure the space fits our exact requirements,” said Stephanie Fuhrmann, COO of Telamon Corporation. “As our business continues to grow, Whitestown and Anson seem to provide the most flexibility with regards to future expansion. We are thrilled to be adding an additional site here and look forward to contributing to the growth of this area.”
“REGO-FIX’s and Telamon’s standards make the companies an excellent addition to Whitestown,” said Dax Norton, Whitestown Town Manager. “Our investments in infrastructure and quality of life improvements enable us to bring more companies to Whitestown and keep us as the fastest growing community in the state.”
“We are excited to gain both REGO-FIX and Telamon in Boone County. Both companies provide us with a great opportunity to highlight Boone County’s diverse business climate and global appeal,” said Molly Whitehead, Executive Director of the Boone County Economic Development Corporation.