EDC Industrial Clients Recognized for 2016 Investments03/03/2017 The Huntington County Economic Development Corporation recently recognized the agency's industrial clients for investing a combined total of $40,271,400.00 during 2016, a record high in the twenty year history of the agency's efforts to improve the economic development of Huntington County. The following clients made investments in 2016: *Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems*Continental Structural Plastics*Echo Lake Foods*Ecolab Corporation*Huntington Aluminum, Inc.*Huntington Sheet Metal, Inc.*Incipio Devices*Keystone Automotive Industries "Economic Development efforts are best described as a collaborative, team sport," said Mark Wickersham, executive director of the Huntington County Economic Development Corporation. "It is an honor to help show local industries that our Community cares about their success and appreciates their hard work," he told the group gathered at the 2017 Client Appreciation Luncheon held at the St. Felix Catholic Center in Huntington. Shown in the photo below are, front row left to right, *Troy Johnson, Incipio Devices*Chris Camp, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems*Brooks Fetters, Mayor, City of Huntingon*Barbara Drummond, Huntington Sheet Metal*Dan Drummond, Huntington Sheet Metal*Roger Kilty, Huntington Aluminum, Inc.*Jerry Reid, Continental Structural Plastics 2nd row, left to right*Kirk Ripple, Incipio Devices*Mark Wickersham, Huntington County Economic Development*Kevin Killen, Board of Directors, Huntington County Economic Development*Tom Wall, Huntington County Board of Commissioners*Shelley Swain, Ecolab Absent when photo was taken were representatives from Echo Lake Foods and Keystone Automotive Industries. Click here to view the full gallery of photos.