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Kaiser Tool Co. Breaks Ground on Facility Expansion

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Kaiser Tool Co. celebrated its 8,000-square-foot expansion with a formal groundbreaking ceremony.


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Kaiser Tool Co./Thinbit, recently broke ground on what will amount to an additional 8,000 square feet of manufacturing space for its facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This expansion will allow for a more efficient workflow, additional machines and additional employees, the company says.

The formal groundbreaking ceremony April 26, 2018, was attended by Kaiser Tool Co. President Lenore Perry, Vice President Doug Perry, Chief Operating Officer Ken King and all company employees. 

The company says that the expansion marks a new chapter in its 54-year history. Kaiser Tool Co. started in 1964 in the garage of William and Hazel Kaiser. In 1980, the company expanded. In 1994, the company built a new energy-efficient manufacturing facility. When this land was purchased, the building was designed with future expansion in mind. This latest expansion is said to reflect the company’s efforts in sustainability and efficient energy usage.  

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