Integrity Rotational Molding Inc. - a privately owned, Plainfield-based polyethylene and polypropylene processor - will move from its 5,400-square-foot facility to another Plainfield site that is 12,500 square feet, President Bill Delong said in a July 18 phone interview.
The move will take place in late September and will be accompanied by the acquisition of a Littleford rotational molding machine. Currently IRM has one machine.
Delong also intends to add four workers by September, increasing IRM's staff to 14.
The move will not interrupt production because the new machine will be installed and running before the older machine is transported to the new facility.
Delong said he doesn't know yet what the expansion will cost.