Over 100 jobs created at IMMI headquarters

Posted on April 5, 2012

WESTFIELD, Ind. — IMMI is hiring more than 100 people at its corporate headquarters here.

Officials said the majority of those jobs will be to support increasing demand for lap-shoulder belts on school buses.

“More school districts across the country recognize the need to take that next step in safety for kids, and now want their buses equipped with lap and shoulder belts,” said Larry Gray, IMMI's CEO. “As research shows, more than 80 percent of parents want their children in lap and shoulder belts on buses."

He went on to say that IMMI is growing to keep up with the demand.

The company is hiring more than 65 people in various roles, including engineering, office support and manufacturing. Additionally, the company is searching for college students or others interested in 50 temporary, two- to four-month summer positions.

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