Symmetry Medical expansion to create 60 jobs

March 27, 2008
Warsaw-based Symmetry Medical Inc., which makes implants, surgical devices and medical cases for the orthopedics industry, plans to add 60 workers as part of a $6.2 million expansion, the Indiana company said today.

Symmetry will receive $127,000 in incentives for training in supplemental math, second languages, equipment maintenance and manufacturing processes.

About 400 of the company's 1,900 workers are in the Warsaw area. The company announced in February that it would spend $20 million to expand its Malaysian operations.

Founded in 1976 as Othy Inc., the company became Symmetry Medical in 2003. In its most recent fiscal year, Symmetry turned a profit of $4.4 million on revenue of $69.6 million.
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