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HoosierTimes: Reaching for new heights
"We're expecting to be inside the building within five days, but the actual work won't be finished for about a month," said Winalta plant manager Grant Hiebert.
About 55 workers have been hired so far, Hiebert
said, with another round of hirings expected in late June.The plant is expected to employ more than 250 people by 2004.
Linton Daily Citizen - News
Grant HiebertHiebert has been in the manufactured housing business his entire adult life and had recently joined Winalta Inc. of Canada with the intent of relocating to Linton to assume the position of Plant Manager at Winalta USA.Prior to joining Winalta, Hiebert had been the plant manager of Samson Built homes since 1999, a medium-sized modular home manufacturer.Hiebert
was instrumental in improving the production capability and helping diversify the operation.Hiebert also co-owned Integrity Homes and was production manager for Nortec Design Group.He holds degree in Business Administration from Trinity Western University.