Hilltop Food Pantry gets big boost after flooding

VALPARAISO — MonoSol has donated $10,000 to help the Hilltop Food Pantry find a new home after it was driven out of its former site by the recent flooding.

Mar, 26, 2018

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MonoSol pack-a-thons benefit local nonprofits

Merrillville-based MonoSol recently partnered with Clean the World to host pack-a-thons at several of its facilities. Employees packed 1,000 hygiene kits that will be donated to local charities during events at Monosol’s corporate headquarters in Merrillville and its water-soluble film manufacturing plants in Portage and LaPorte as well as its facility in the United Kingdom.

Mar, 17, 2018

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MonoSol and its Employees Help Food Pantries

Mar, 14, 2018

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MonoSol Raises Funds to Support Food Pantry Flood Relief: Total assistance reaches $20,000

MERRILLVILLE, Ind., March 13, 2018 – To aid in flood relief efforts for the Hilltop Food Pantry in Valparaiso, Monosol, a Kuraray Division, and its employees contributed $10,000 to help the organization build a new facility. The agency lost 50 percent of its stock due to flood damage following recent heavy rains in Northwest Indiana. […] Read more

Mar, 13, 2018

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MonoSol to build water-soluble manufacturing plant in US

A division of Japanese chemicals manufacturer MonoSol is investing $72 million in the construction of a 150,000 sq ft water-soluble film manufacturing facility in Indiana, USA, with the potential to create 89 jobs by 2020.

Mar, 09, 2018

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Indiana ‘Pod’ Film Manufacturer Growing In-State

LEBANON – Merrillville-based MonoSol LLC is continuing to grow its Indiana footprint. The manufacturer, whose water-soluble films are used in products like laundry and dishwasher detergent pods, is planning to invest more than $70 million into a new Lebanon facility and create 89 jobs. Monday night, the Lebanon City Council approved tax incentives for the company. Mayor […] Read more

Mar, 06, 2018

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IN: MonoSol to Add $72M Facility, Create 89 High-Wage Boone County Jobs

MonoSol, a global manufacturer of water-soluble films, announced plans to expand its operations in Indiana, establishing a new, high-tech production facility in Boone County, which will house up to 89 new, high-wage positions when fully operational by the end of 2020.

Mar, 06, 2018

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