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Huntington Aluminum holds ribbon cutting

Posted: Saturday, September 10, 2011

Huntington Aluminum, an aluminum processing company, has established its operation in Huntington. The management has plans to create up to 43 new jobs by 2013. Currently the company employs eleven.

Huntington Aluminum melts aluminum chips and resells them as ingots and sows. It has invested more than $1.1 million to purchase and equip the 58,000 square-foot former Gotec Plus facility at 1605 Riverfork Drive.

“I want to thank the city and county leaders and the local economic development groups for working so hard to help Huntington Aluminum become a reality,” said Roger Kilty, president of Huntington Aluminum. “Now that I’ve been through the process, I can better understand why our community and Indiana have been successful in supporting the creation of new jobs.”

Pictured cutting the ribbon in the above photo is Roger Kilty, president, Huntington Aluminum, center and far left, Tom Wall, president, Huntington County Commissioners; Kilty’s daughter, Chelsea Kilty, his wife Jody Kilty, grandson Liam Tinkle; Kilty’s father Duane Kilty, Mark Wickersham, executive director, Huntington County Economic Development and Steve Updike, mayor, City of Huntington.