Polymer Technology Systems Diagnostics, an Indianapolis-based company that makes handheld medical testing devices for cholesterol and blood sugar, announced plans Thursday to build a global headquarters in Whitestown where it will move its local operations.

The company said it would spend about $25.6 million on the new headquarters—$12.1 million to build the 135,000-square-foot facility and another $13.5 million to fill it with equipment. Construction has already begun at 4921 E. County Road 450 South in the AllPoints at Anson business park, and the building is slated to open next June.

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