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ATTC Manufacturing to Expand.

TELL CITY, Ind., July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- ATTC Manufacturing, Inc. -- a subsidiary of Aisin Takaoka Company, Ltd. - announced today plans for the third expansion of its state-of-the-art automotive machining operation. With construction scheduled to begin in September, the company will invest $35 million over the next four years for equipment and to add 74,277 square feet of manufacturing space. In addition, the expansion will create 75 new jobs.

"We are happy that growth in our business is allowing us to expand yet again," said Kiyoshi Ohashi, President of ATTC Manufacturing, Inc. "We are working hard to meet the demand of our customers while providing excellent employment opportunities in Perry County."

The new investment is contingent upon tax abatement being granted by the Perry County Council. When complete, ATTC Manufacturing will have invested more than $95 million in Perry County with a combined total of 290,000 square feet in manufacturing, warehouse and office space.

The company began production in July 2001 and currently employs 247 workers. Located three and 1/2 miles north of Tell City on Indiana Highway 37 in Perry County Industrial Park South, ATTC Manufacturing continues to accept applications for positions in maintenance and production.

CONTACT: David Stagnolia of ATTC Manufacturing, Inc., +1-812-547-5060; or Greg Wathen of Perry County Development Corporation, +1-812-547-8377
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