Construction of copper casting building to begin

IBC Advanced Alloys, Franklin, Indiana, is planning to invest more than $5 million to build and outfit a 32,000-square-feet copper casting facility on its current property, according to a Daily Journal report by Leeann Doerflein. Also known as Non Ferrous Products, Inc., IBC manufactures beryllium and copper advanced alloys parts for the defense, aerospace, automotive, telecommunications and precision manufacturing industries.

According to IBC President Mark Wolma, construction will commence this spring and the new facility will connect two existing buildings. Over the next five years, the company plans to hire 25 new employees, growing IBC’s workforce to 60.