LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Nanshan Aluminum Technologies updated members of the Greater Lafayette Commerce Friday on their progress.
Currently, Nanshan employs more than 80 employees and hopes to have over 150 employees by the end of the year.
Manager of Human Resources and Communications with Nanshan Dave Kummer says the workforce in the area has been refreshing to see.
A workforce that is second-to-none as far as the skills that they bring, the attitudes that they have," Kummer said. "It's been a terrific experience starting this new operation in our community."
Nanshan is still working to get their facility operating at full capacity.
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