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Aerospace manufacturer Applied Composites Engineering (ACE) announced plans to invest $2.5 million in new equipment at its Indianapolis facility. The investment will allow the company to create 104 new jobs in the next six years.

The new equipment will allow the company to stay competitive in the aerospace industry by allowing ACE to manufacture and repair carbon fiber parts and components for aircraft. ACE was founded as a racing and automotive tooling shop in 1982. In 2007, the company began focusing completely on the aerospace repair and fabrication industry.

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