WABASH, Ind. (AP) -- An energy drink maker plans to expand its operations at a northern Indiana plant and potentially add more than 35 jobs in the next two years.
Living Essentials officials announced Tuesday they planned to spend $3.3 million on two new production lines at its Wabash plant. The Farmington Hills, Mich.-based company makes and distributes its 5-Hour Energy drink from the plant.
Living Essentials started its Wabash operations in 2007 and has about 130 full-time employees there.