Despite disposables, steel tank maker expands

Disposables seem to get all the headlines lately. But Pharmaceutical Vessel Engineering, a maker of stainless steel tanks and heat exchangers, is quietly busting at the seams. The company says it will invest $1.5 million to add 12,000 square feet to its manufacturing facility in the Sellersburg, IN. It plans to add as many as 22 jobs by 2013. It's seeking a five-year tax abatement to pay for $500,000 in equipment. Article | Article

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