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EVANSVILLE, Ind. — EFP Corp. plans to locate a facility in Vanderburgh Industrial Park, creating 29 new jobs.

It’s the fourth facility in the U.S. for the manufacturer and converter of expanded foam protective packaging,

EFP will invest more than $2.1 million to lease a 100,000 square-foot shell building, completed last November by Woodward Development and Construction, in Vanderburgh Industrial Park. The park is in northeast Vanderburgh County, off Indiana 57.

In addition, EFP will invest $4.5 million in production equipment to design, mold and fabricate expanded foam products serving the consumer protective packaging, thermal temperature assurance, recreational vehicles, and building and construction products markets.

The company

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