Tridien Medical, a Coral Springs, Fla.-based manufacturer of therapeutic support surfaces, plans to expand its plant in Fishers, adding up to 40 new jobs by 2013, including 25 in the next year.
The town of Fishers, which is providing Tridien incentives in the form of training grants, announced the company’s expansion plans Wednesday afternoon.
The jobs will pay about $10 to $15 per hour, according to town spokeswoman Maura Leon Barber. Tridien will be eligible to receive up to $13,000 per employee in WorkOne training grants.
Tridien, formerly known as Anodyne Medical Device Inc., leases a 60,000-square-foot building at 9901 Kincaid Drive in North by Northeast Business Park.
The company makes products used for the prevention and treatment of pressure wounds suffered by patients with limited or no mobility under brand names including SenTech, PrimaTech, ReactiveAir and Anatomic Concepts.
Tridien is owned by Compass Diversified Holdings, a Westport, Conn.-based investment firm.