SNAP-Fan, manufacturer of solar-powered ventilation equipment out of Arcadia, CA, is moving its operation to Utica, Nebraska, to partner with Breeza Industrial.
Breeza, which builds engine-cooling fans has been building and supplying parts to SNAP-Fan for 10 years. The move will provide cost-savings, take advantage of Breeza’s specialty as a proven manufacturer, and Nebraska’s geographic location.
At least five new jobs will be added to Breeza’s existing workforce of 21 and result in a new building constructed by the end of 2018.
Utica, a town of 850 people in Seward County is located about 40 miles west of Lincoln. Utica is served electrically by Norris Public Power District, a whole customer of Nebraska Public Power District.
Courtesy Lincoln Journal-Star