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STAR Turbine Expands in Marion, Creating 19 New Jobs
Leader in high-precision manufacturing of high-capacity steam and gas turbines, investing more than $1 million in machinery
Company Name: Star Turbine, Inc.
Site Region: Central
Industry Sector: Advanced Manufacturing
Company Profile: Star Turbine, Inc. operates as a turbine manufacturing company. The Company specializes in manufacturing and installing custom turbine seals. Steam Turbine Alternative Resources serves clients in the United States.
Company Website: www.starturbine.com
Type of Project: Expansion
- Jobs committed: 19
- Jobs retained: 45
- Types of jobs: machine shop staff, installation crew engineers and back-office support
- Hiring will begin before the end of 2022.
Capital Investment: $1,000,000
STAR Turbine’s expansion of the overall business is necessary to meet high demand. The project will include new employees, moving into a larger office and manufacturing space, and purchasing additional machinery.
“Our new location will lead to increased productivity, which will lead to even more anticipated growth. Our STAR team has enthusiastically transformed the new Fairground Street building into a workplace they can be proud of. This expansion will greatly benefit our STAR Team, the local Marion community and our stakeholders. I am delighted to be spearheading this new vision for STAR Turbine here in Marion.”
– Colleen Cordova, President and CEO of STAR Turbine
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