greenvilleDowntown2.jpg

PDF Creater

The PDF Builder is designed to make it easy to collect information and build custom reports. To compile your document, navigate to the webpages you wish to include and simply select Add to PDF at the top of each page. When finished, select Create PDF below.

When using the PDF creator, please do not use the browser back button.
Visit us at:
News & Events

PFI Chooses Greenville because of Size and Location

GREENVILLE – Thanks to the Darke County Economic office and Partnering for Progress, Darke County has witnessed tremendous success over the past few years with job retention, expansion and creation.

From the January 19, 2014 edition of The Early Bird

By Ryan Berry, Managing Editor

GREENVILLE – Thanks to the Darke County Economic office and Partnering for Progress, Darke County has witnessed tremendous success over the past few years with job retention, expansion and creation. The newest success story is set to begin production in February in the former Cadillac Gage building on Jaysville-St. John Road near the Greenville Industrial Park.

Precision Fab, Inc. (PFI), a Canadian company, has announced it will soon be fabricating metal packaging (automotive parts racks) for the automotive industry at the Greenville plant. These racks are used to ship car parts from the tier 1 suppliers to the assembly lines. Albert Wiebe, co-owner and CEO, said, “We have built racks for Toyota, Honda, BMW, and the Big 3.”

While the company could have gone anywhere they chose Greenville because of its size and location. Wiebe said, “We are from a small town in Canada, and Greenville appealed to us because of its ‘small town’ atmosphere with ‘big city’ conveniences. We also chose Greenville due to its central proximity to East Liberty and Cincinnati; Lexington and Louisville, KY; and Evansville, IN, where our current customers are located.” PFI is celebrating its 11th anniversary this month and has two plants in Canada. This is their first plant in the United States....

Click Here to Read Complete Article in The Early Bird