Former Mead Johnson owner RB to tear down building on Evansville campus

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RB, the British company that purchased the former Mead Johnson plant in Evansville, has announced plans to tear down one of the buildings on the property.

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) — RB, the British company that purchased the former Mead Johnson plant in Evansville, has announced their intention to tear down one of the buildings on the property.

A recent RB press release states, “Since we no longer actively use Building 35, we will be removing the building from our campus.”

The release says that no other structural changes are planned for the Evansville campus, and that no job losses will happen as a result of the building being torn down.

Art Pike, Regional Manufacturing Director and Site Head for the Evansville campus, says, “This latest evolution of our campus marks another step in our master plan to ensure we are ready for the future when there is a need to expand our manufacturing operations in support of business growth.”

RB manufactures pediatric nutrition products.

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(This story was originally published on January 7, 2020)

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