By Heather Lusk
Two companies anticipate employing more than 70 individuals in Boone Co. with new offices in Whitestown’s AllPoints at Anson, pending incentive negotiations.
Carmel-based Telamon anticipates occupying 111,000 square feet of the mixed-use development for its telecom division, employing up to 50 people. The AllPoints location will be primarily distribution and electronic integration engineering for telecom.
Telamon has applied for personal property tax abatements from Boone Co. and Whitestown.
Telamon COO Stephanie Fuhrmann said proximity, available space and development in the surrounding area all factored into the decision to establish its 13th worldwide office at AllPoints.
“To see all the burgeoning development both from a business perspective and a commercial perspective is really exciting,” she said, “and we’re really happy to be a part of it.”
Fuhrmann recalled there wasn’t much around the office in Carmel when the headquarters was established there approximately 20 years ago.
“It’s really exciting to see the development and the maturation of that area up there as well,” she said.
Telamon specializes in solutions for various fields, including telecommunication networks, energy management, industrial assembly and more.
Swiss company REGO-FIX plans to build an 18,000-square-foot facility to serve as its new U.S. headquarters and employ up to 22 new and existing employees.
The leader of REGO-FIX also serves as the honorary Swiss counsel.
“That would provide us with some really great opportunities to show off our community to international clients,” said Molly Whitehead, executive director of the Boone Co. Economic Development Corp.
REGO-FIX is a world leader in the manufacture of Swiss precision tooling.