Koike Aronson Expands Plant

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

 “Ninety years is a long time for any company,” said Gerald J. Leary, CEO of Koike, “and the last four years have been the most profitable in our history. This expansion positions us well for the immediate future but we’re not planning on this being our last expansion.” Headcount at Koike has been growing along with capacity:  at the end of April the company employed 172 at its Arcade location. This expansion should increase the workforce to 185 people by the end of 2008.

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