NTN Driveshaft celebrated the company’s 25th anniversary in Columbus yesterday with a tree planting and luncheon for local officials and long-time employees.
The Japanese company has grown to become one of Bartholomew County’s largest employers.
Jason Hester, head of the Columbus Economic Development Board, explained the company’s importance.
Barry Parkhurst, the company’s local vice president of administration, explains why Columbus has been a good fit for the company.
Parkhurst said the Columbus factory has grown to become the largest NTN facility in the world and has filled most of its existing available space.