Elkhart, Ind.-based Yellow Dog Extrusion, a supplier to the RV industry, is looking to open a new plant in an empty industrial building. Inside INdiana Business reported that the move would create an estimated 35 jobs.
Parent company Patrick Metals in Mishawaka says Yellow Dog hopes to have the plant open by mid-May. The Elkhart Board of Public Works has approved a wastewater discharge permit for the facility.
Yellow Dog hopes to ultimately fill three shifts and employ up to 125 people at the new plant.
According to the company’s website, Yellow Dog produces exterior and interior moldings along with “standard structural shapes” for the RV industry. Services include aluminum extrusion, roll formed products, anodizing powder coating and CNC machining.