Hemp production plant expanding its Michigan City location

(Photo Supplied/Viobin)

A hemp production plant is expanding its Michigan City location.

Viobin is investing $6.1-million into its current operations on U.S. Hwy 12 in order to expand its hemp drying, feed production and processing. The expansion will also include purchasing new equipment, including a hemp dryer, screen, pelletizer and hammermill.

The work is expected to add 15 jobs. The Michigan City Common Council approved a five-year tax abatement on the expansion back on November 4.

Viobin processes industrial hemp into cannabidiol, or CBD, for use in lotions, isolates and oils. For more information, visit

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