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on November 4, 2014

Chore-Time investing $7.11 million in expansion project

Chore-Time expanding manufacturing operations in Milford, Indiana

Chore-Time Group plans to expand its manufacturing operations at its headquarters in Milford, Indiana.         

Chore-Time will invest $7.11 million to construct and equip a 45,000-square-foot (4,180-square-meter) addition to its existing 350,000-square-foot (32,500-square-meter) facility in Milford. The addition, which is expected to be operational by the middle of next year, will allow Chore-Time to increase its manufacturing operations and add storage to support growth in global demand for Chore-Time’s poultry, egg and pig production systems.

“We have experienced substantial sales growth over the last decade,” said Chris Stoler, executive vice president and general manager of the Chore-Time Group.  “We are successfully using lean manufacturing principles to get the most from our existing operations and equipment, but increases in demand have challenged our capacity.  This expansion, which has been planned over the last year, will allow us to best serve our customers around the globe both now and in the future.”

The last expansion to Chore-Time’s Milford operation was in 1994, although parent company CTB Inc. has had other expansion projects in Milford in recent years, including an expansion to CTB’s Brock Grain Systems division plant in 2007 and the purchase of a manufacturing and office facility for CTB’s PigTek Americas division in 2012. Chore-Time also has facilities in Alabama, the Netherlands and Poland.

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