PRINCETON, Ind. (AP) -- A Canadian company that makes headrests for Toyota plans to start manufacturing operations near the automaker's southwestern Indiana factory.
Windsor Machine Group announced Wednesday that it planned to hire up to 130 workers within the next year for a plant in Princeton.
Windsor executive Dave Zultek says the company is outfitting an existing building so it can start production in early January.
The company also makes exhaust suspension systems and structural brackets. It says the Princeton factory will also produce parts for General Motors and Ford.