Janus International will open a new facility in Butler. The company plans to be operational by summer and to create 50 jobs initially, with employment expected to reach 100 in the next few years.
The company will invest $650,000 to lease, equip and renovate the Butler location. Janus will receive a $475,000 Economic Development for a Growing Economy (EDGE) tax credit from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC).
Butler Mayor Ron Walter said "Janus is a great fit to Butler's industrial base. The company aligns well with our existing manufacturers."
Janus, which is headquartered in Georgia, purchases steel from Steel Dynamic, Inc.'s Butler location and wanted to open a facility closer to the steel supplier and establish a physical presence in the Midwest.
The company is the leading manufacturer of steep roll-up doors and building components designed for the self-storage, industrial and commercial door dealer markers.