Mountain Home Company Expanding, Hiring 50 New Workers

Dec 17, 2013

A Mountain Home company that makes laboratory work surfaces says it plans to expand its operation and hire an additional 50 workers.

Epoxyn Products said Tuesday that the company is investing $5 million in the expansion so it can serve customers around the world.

Epoxyn, whose parent company is De Pere, Wisc.-based Hamilton Scientific, produces resins for work surfaces that are used in schools and health-care laboratories.

Gov. Mike Beebe was on hand for the announcement and said the expansion shows Baxter County has a strong workforce.

The company's resin products include chemical-resistant, laboratory-grade epoxy work surfaces, sinks, balance tables, pegboards, fume hood tops and other components.

Hamilton Scientific is a 132-year-old laboratory furniture and equipment supplier.