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Medical device maker moving to Noblesville, adding jobs

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Fishers-based Nexxt Spine LLC, a designer and manufacturer of spinal implants, is consolidating operations and moving its headquarters and manufacturing facility to Noblesville.

The city of Noblesville announced Monday that its Common Council approved a three-year tax abatement for Nexxt Spine, which is expected to add 44 jobs by 2018. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. also is expected to provide incentives, the city said.

The company currently has 11 employees split between its headquarters in Fishers and a manufacturing facility in Indianapolis.  

Nexxt Spine was founded in 2009 by Andrew Elsbury, who previously had served as a contract manufacturer for several large medical device companies.

The company will be moving to the Noblesville Corporate Campus.
 

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