Yeoman Engineering Inc. has acquired four Swiss-made Charmilles computer numerically controlled machines that are so efficient ``you can do more work for less money,'' said owner and President Shari Yeoman.
Recently, the firm relocated to a new 22,400-square-foot facility to expand its business building injection, transfer and insert molds.
``We didn't have enough room'' in the former 18,000-square-foot location, she said.
The Huntington, Ind., firm had 1996 sales of $3.3 million, and she forecasts growth to at least $3.5 million this year.
Yeoman Engineering employs 25 and is ``looking for more people,'' she said.