Commodore Expanding in Indiana

While last reported on Feb. 25, 2014 that Commodore Homes was closing its modular plant in Danville, Virginia, and moving operations to a newer facility in North Carolina, says Commodore is expanding its Goshen, IN manufactured housing plant by 15,000 square feet, and eventually plans to hire over 60 new workers. General manager Glen Alessandri says, “Last year was very good for us so we’re anticipating that will continue. Last year was probably the best year the plant has had, for overall sales, going back at least 10 years.” He says the new production workers will be making $18 to $20 an hour, and that hiring will begin in a month or two, so the new employees will be trained by the time the addition is completed this summer. The current work space is 100,000 square feet. Alessandri says the company is seeking incentives from the Indiana Economic Development Corp. ##

(Image credit: Commodore Homes)

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