LEBANON, Ind. (AP) - An agricultural and construction equipment company plans to boost its central Indiana operations with a $13 million expansion project.
CNH Parts & Service says it expects to add up to 100 workers at its Lebanon facility in the next year. The company has about 500 full-time and 200 contract employees at the Lebanon parts distribution center.
The Racine, Wis.-based company says it will lease and equip a 153,000 square-foot facility in a business park in the city about 15 miles northwest of Indianapolis, giving it about 1.2 million square feet in three buildings.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. says it offered the company up to $650,000 in conditional tax credits and $100,000 in training grants based on the hiring plans.
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