Printer plans $3.8 million expansion, local jobs

Fineline Printing Group plans to spend $3.8 million on an expansion of its Indianapolis plant, adding 25 workers by the end of 2019, the company announced Tuesday.

The printing services company said it will add 18,000 square feet to its 53,000-square-foot manufacturing facility at 8081 Zionsville Road on the city’s northwest side>

Fineline said the expansion will make room for new equipment to meet growing demand from the health care industry for printed materials, including provider manuals and open-enrollment materials.

The company, founded in 1981 by Argentina native Richard Miller, already employs 60 full-time workers at the plant.

New employees will be hired for management, administrative and production positions.
 
The company said it was also seeking candidates to be trained by Carmel-based computer-programming school Eleven Fifty Academy. Those workers will write code to help Fineline automate its data-handling and product-fulfillment processes

Fineline said it has more than 300 national clients consisting mostly of universities, health care organizations and not-for-profits.

The Indiana Economic Development Corp. offered Fineline Graphics Inc. up to $125,000 in conditional tax credits and up to $30,000 in training grants based on the job-creation plans. The incentives hinge on Fineline’s ability to meet hiring goals.

 

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