Job opportunities are on their way to Indianapolis as the Niagara Bottling Company prepares to open a new bottling plant in Plainfield, Indiana. The new addition to Indianapolis business means many Hoosier residents of the Circle City could find a new career.
Niagara Bottling Company is a family owned business that was founded in 1963 in Southern California. Andrew Peykoff Sr. started his bottled water industry by providing low coast five gallon glass containers of water for use in the home and office. In the early 90’s Niagara expanded to offer single serving bottled water. With their unmatchable combination of quality, price and service, the Niagara Bottling Company defined themselves as a sturdy post in the bottled water industry.
Throughout the following decade, Niagara Bottling Company’s significant developments in vertical integration, innovative bottle design, and high speed manufacturing positioned the company as the industry leading private label bottled water supplier in the Western United States. Since then, Niagara has established itself as a National leader in high quality affordable bottled water with geographically diversified production facilities throughout the United States.
Now this innovative company is bringing business to Indy. The company plans to buy about 300,000 gallons of municipal water each day. The new Indiana business will invest $35 million into the Plainfield plant, where it will treat and bottle the water prior to shipment. The plant will initially be looking to fill 37 jobs upon opening, but expects to hire more as they continue to grow in Indiana.
The plant in the western Indianapolis metro area is the Niagara Bottling Company’s eighth bottling plant, but marks a first in the Midwest. Plainfield authorities are offering a daily capacity of 7 million gallons of water.
For information about how to apply for these new Indianapolis jobs visit the Niagara Bottling Company’s website.