Integra Plastics, Inc. announced Friday at the Lake Area Improvement Corporation’s annual meeting that it will be expanding its Madison plant later this spring, with hopes of being fully operational by fall of this year.
“I am pleased Integra Plastics, Inc. chose to expand in South Dakota,” said Gov. Dennis Daugaard. “Integra’s decision to grow its facility will bring business and tax dollars to South Dakota; importantly, it will also create more jobs for South Dakotans.”
According to LAIC Executive Director Julie Gross, Integra is planning to build across the road from its current facility in the Lakeview Industrial Park in Madison. Integra has been in Madison for more than 20 years and has been a longtime supporter of local economic development.
“Our company prides itself in providing our customers with superior products and quality customer service. Our decision to expand our Madison facility will only make that easier to do,” said Integra Chief Financial Officer Virg Garbers.
This latest expansion is not the first for Integra in recent years. In 2009, Integra qualified for a $16,000 electric rebate for the addition of four full-time employees and 20,000 square feet to its plant.
Integra Plastics, Inc. provides installation services, technical assistance and mechanical expertise along with its core business of fabrication and conversion capabilities. The company specializes in manufacturing specialty polyethylene, polypropylene and PVC sheeting. For more information, visit www.integraplastics.com.Featured image courtesy news.thomasnet.com.