Calumet Specialty Products plans Indy expansionCalumet began operations in 1990 and has five additional plants, including one in Superior, Wis.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A company that makes oils, gels and other substances for use in food, lubricants and personal care products plans to expand its Indianapolis headquarters, creating up to 48 new jobs by 2015.
Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.P. announced the project Friday.
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation says it offered Calumet up to $400,000 in tax credits conditioned on the new jobs and up to $137,500 in training grants. The city will consider granting property tax abatement.
The company already has 75 full-time Indiana employees and says it has already begun hiring new management, accounting, sales, human resources and information technology employees.
Calumet began operations in 1990 and has five additional plants in Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Texas, Wisconsin and Missouri.