Three companies to create 152 jobs in Angola

The northeastern Indiana town of Angola will see three companies expand or open new operations-creating a total of 152 jobs by 2010, according to the Indiana Economic Development Corp.

Supreme Building Technologies, a start-up builder specializing in small modular buildings for the food and beverage industry, plans to make an existing facility home to its headquarters and manufacturing operations, and create 60 jobs.

C & K Tool, which makes tools, prototype parts and other items for various industries, plans to expand and create at least 65 jobs.

Quality Trailer Products, which is owned by Polar Corp. of St. Cloud, Minn., will open a Midwest location for making fenders and axles for small utility trailers, and hire 27 workers.

The three companies received nearly $625,000 in state incentives.

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