Four companies announced plans Tuesday to expand their operations and create 126 new jobs in northeast Indiana. Commercial casework and retail store fixture manufacturer Advanced Cabinet Systems is investing $1.5 million to expand its Marion, Indiana based manufacturing operation. The new facility will create up to 30 new jobs by 2016. Hendrickson USA, a manufacturer of suspension parts and systems for the heavy truck and bus industry, is investing $11.3 million to construct and equip a 57,000 square-foot addition to its current facility in Kendallville, adding about 41 new jobs by 2019. Snax in Pax, a producer of gourmet caramel corn and fudge, is investing $3.8 million to construct and equip a 27,000 square-foot addition to its Topeka facility, nearly doubling the size of its operation and creating up to 21 new jobs by 2017. And, finally, Furniture manufacturer Transformations by Wieland is investing $2.4 million to renovate a 76,000 square-foot facility in Fort Wayne, with plans to employ up to 34 new Hoosiers by 2018.