Quake Manufacturing to expand
Quake Manufacturing, Inc. Plans to Invest
Company will purchase CNC machines and add up to 6 new employees
Fort Wayne, Ind. (March 23, 2012) — Quake Manufacturing, Inc. will announce a million dollar investment in new manufacturing equipment on April 10. The company is currently located off of 3923 Engle Road. Quake Manufacturing plans to add up to six new machinists to its current team of eleven.
"Investing in new equipment will allow us to stay competitive in the manufacturing industry," stated Paul Qauke, CEO of Quake Manufacturing. “This investment will also provide us the opportunity to take on more projects, which in return will create new jobs for the community.”
Quake Manufacturing was established in 1990 by owner Hermann Quake and expanded to its current 8000 square foot location in 1996. In 1999, Hermann retired and his son Paul was appointed as the companys chief executive officer. Quake Manufacturing plans to complete this project by 2017.
“Longtime, successful businesses are the backbone of the City and I’m delighted to see Quake Manufacturing investing in its future, our workforce and our community,” said Mayor Tom Henry. “We will continue our commitment to build a strong Fort Wayne where businesses can grow and prosper.”
Quake Manufacturing, Inc.
Quake Manufacturing’s policy is to ensure customer satisfaction by striving to exceed the customer’s expectations. Quake Manufacturing accomplishes this by continually improving the quality system to provide quality parts, economically priced, and delivered on time. To learn more about Quake Manufacturing, visit www.quakemfg.com.
The Fort Wayne-Allen County Economic Development Alliance began in 2000 as the lead organization for economic development activities throughout the county. We are a not-for-profit organization supported by Allen County, the City of Fort Wayne, the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce and the Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority. The Alliance's goal is to further the base employment of Allen County through business retention, expansion and attraction projects. To learn more about the Alliance, visit www.theallianceonline.com.
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