P&G subsidiary iMFLUX grows into Hamilton Facilty
Hamilton, Ohio. Procter & Gambles’s new injection molding subsidiary. iMFLUX recently began production at their new facility in Hamilton, Ohio. iMFLUX Inc was formed recently to commercially develop and market “break-through” injection molding technology based on patents held by the parent company. Sources report that iMFLUX plans to invest $50MM in machinery and equipment that could translate into huge savings for P&G’s worldwide operations. The company plans to initially create 200 jobs with the possibility of an additional 200 jobs within 3 years.
IMFLUX selected as its new headquarters the former 317,000 sf Hamilton Fixture Company building which was constructed by Kiesland in 1996. For the iMFLUX requirement, Kiesland collaborated with Messer Industrial Builders to provide process build-out and improvements to building infrastructure.
Kiesland is pleased to have been part of this project and welcomes iMFLUX to the Kiesland Business Park!