Orange City Firm Breaking Ground On $11.8 Million Expansion That Should Mean 100 Jobs

Orange City, Iowa — An Orange City manufacturing firm is breaking ground on an expansion project that when finished should mean 100 new jobs.

We talked to Frank Sloup with Quatro Composites.

He says many dignitaries are scheduled to be there.

A state grant has helped the company with their expansion plans.

The total cost of the expansion is $11.8 million. The company makes plastic fittings for the medical and aeronautical industries, including stowage bin fittings for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

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