Grand Opening for Newest Industrial Partner, NSCI
Photo Above: Then Governor Mike Pence, joins executive from NSCI for the groundbreaking of their Shelbyville Facility. Source H2O Designs/Rachael Ackley
MEDIA ADVISORY – July 17, 2018
Governor Holcomb to Celebrate New Manufacturing Facility in Shelbyville
Governor Eric J. Holcomb will join local officials and executives from Nippon Steel & Sumikin Cold Heading Wire Indiana Inc. (NSCI) at 10 a.m. tomorrow to commemorate the company’s grand opening in Shelby County. Plant tours will be available to guests and media following the ceremony at 10:50 a.m.
NSCI is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Japan’s largest steel producer, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation (NSSMC). In 2016, NSSMC announced plans to establish NSCI in Shelbyville, investing $50 million to construct and equip a 150,000-square-foot cold heading steel wire plant. The new facility is expected to create up to 70 new jobs by 2021, and the company has already hired 37 full-time associates in Indiana.
The company marks NSSMC’s sixth investment in Indiana, joining Indiana Precision Forge, Seymour Tubing Inc., IN/Tek and IN/Kote in New Carlisle, and Suzuki Garphyttan in South Bend. Indiana is home to more than 290 Japanese business establishments like NSCI that support more than 65,000 Hoosier jobs, and that figure continues to grow. During the last five years, the number of Hoosiers employed by Japanese companies increased by more than 40 percent, according to the Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago.