A March 31 fire heavily damaged a Futurex Industries Inc. plant in Bloomingdale, Ind., where the custom sheet extruder is based.
Six or seven people were working in the plant on that Saturday morning, and they all got out safety, said Mary Helen Weisheit, director of human resources.
Futurex will be able to move production and employees around to other facilities, so disruption will be minimal, she said. Futurex has two other factories in Bloomingdale and plants in nearby Marshall and Terra Haute, Ind.
The fire also damaged two administrative offices in the building.
Weisheit said fire investigators have not made a final determination of the cause, but she confirmed published reports that it may have started in a motor.
"We could not be more pleased and appreciative for the fire department and our employees," she said. "We're unbelievably appreciative."
The Bloomingdale Volunteer Fire Department could not be reached for this story.
Weisheit said Futurex is looking at options for the fire-damaged plant, including whether to rebuild it or retrofit other buildings the company owns in town.
In 2016, Futurex had a fire at a warehouse in Marshall, Ind.