The small engine company is preparing to relocate to the old Betts Bakery and begin the assembly of small engines for generators and other industrial applications.
The company will receive $56,500 over a five-year period. The incentive is similar to one approved by the County Commission last week. The proof of employment by eNGines-LPG to the city and county will be on the same schedule, making reporting easier for the company.
The incentives are employee driven with the company adding 10 jobs in 2020, 15 jobs in the following year, 14 in 2022 and another 17 in 2023 for a total of 56.
The company, which currently has offices in Ohio, plans to move its company headquarters and offices to Hutchinson in the future.