ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA -- EMS firm Entech will invest $2.8 million build a new headquarters here and add up to 60 workers over the next three years.

The investment is backed by a state grant worth half the investment total, up to $1.4 million.

One of south Australia's largest EMS companies, Entech currently employs 80 workers.

Managing director Wayne Hoffman said Entech planned to expand its role in medical technology, defense and aerospace. "It will allow us to have a dedicated security facility [as] currently on this site it's very hard to do that," he told local media.

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