This week in adhesives news, a recent start-up company, Restoration Medical Polymers (RPM), reportedly is building its headquarters and a manufacturing site, including a testing laboratory in central Indiana.

RPM reportedly will invest up to $7.1 million in Whitley County, Ind. to make human-implantable, medical-grade polymers. RMP plans to work with customers to develop materials and processes for to medical device manufacturers and suppliers. The new operation aims to be in occupation of the facility by late 2016 and manufacturing in early 2017. It expects to employ up to 20 full-time technicians, engineers, and other personnel by 2019.

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