Manufacturers

GE to pump $161 million into Bloomington plant

October 18, 2010
General Electric announced Monday morning that it plans to invest $161 million at its Bloomington refrigerator plant, creating up to 200 jobs by 2014. The plant, which was once slated for closure, now has more than 500 employees.
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Stanley moving production to new Greenfield plant

October 1, 2010
Andrea Muirragui Davis
Connecticut-based Stanley Black & Decker Inc. plans to combine two of its manufacturing operations at a new facility in Greenfield, transferring about 100 workers from Shelbyville and adding as many as 80 jobs in the next two years.
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Furniture distributor plans Gas City operations

October 1, 2010
New Jersey-based Munire Furniture says it will locate its U.S. manufacturing headquarters in Gas City, with plans to create as many as 100 jobs by the end of the year and as many as 350 by 2013.
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UAW rejects pay cuts; local GM plant could close

September 27, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
Union employees at General Motors' Indianapolis metal-stamping plant have overwhelmingly rejected a proposed pay cut that would have kept the facility open.
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Raytheon's local plant lands $42M Navy order

September 27, 2010
 IBJ Staff
Raytheon Technical Services Co. in Indianapolis has scored a $42 million contract to make forward-looking infrared sensors for the U.S. Air Force’s HH-60G helicopter, the Department of Defense said late last week.
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Durable goods rise outside volatile transportation

September 24, 2010
Associated Press
The overall demand for durable goods fell 1.3 percent in August, the Commerce Department said Friday. But that was pulled down by a significant drop in orders for aircraft.
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EnerDel parent nets $20M from Russian investor

September 23, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
New York-based Ener1 didn't disclose how it will use the funds coming from Ener1 Group Inc., a company led by Russian industrialist Boris Zingarevich.
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Rolls-Royce scores $19.2M helicopter contract

September 23, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
The local operations of the British aerospace firm has won an Army contract to build 40 more engines for the OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter.
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Indy metal-stamping plant faces many hurdles

September 22, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
Persuading workers at General Motors' Indianapolis metal-stamping plant to accept a pay cut would be a feat, but it won't be the last challenge that JD Norman Industries would face.
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Schlage acquires Fusion door-hardware division

September 22, 2010
Schlage's purchase of the Georgia-based company's division gives it immediate access to the decorative door hardware and lock market, the company said.
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Medical equipment maker primed to expand in Greenwood

September 16, 2010
J.K. Wall
Advantis Medical Inc., a maker of cases and trays for surgical instruments, plans to add more than 100 jobs in Greenwood over the next five years.
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Factory production creeps up again

September 15, 2010
Associated Press
Production at U.S. factories grew in August for the 12th time in 14 months, but at a slower rate than earlier this year.
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Cummins awarded $6.9 million Army contract

September 14, 2010
The three-year deal calls for the Columbus, Ind.-based diesel engine manufacturer to develop a power train that improves efficiency by reducing fuel consumption and noise, and can run on a wide range of fuels and fuel mixtures.
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JD Norman reaching GM workers through mail

September 10, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
The UAW's regional office appears to be arranging a contract vote by mail-in ballot. Word on the shop floor is that a ballot will accompany a new proposal, which includes $70,000 cash for union members who work for JD Norman for two years. The offer is double the amount in a previous proposal.
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EnerDel parent lines up more financing

September 3, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
The parent company of lithium-ion battery maker EnerDel Inc. has raised another $65 million to help finance operations and ramp up its manufacturing operations in the Indianapolis area.
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Delphi plans Kokomo lab as part of $25M project

August 30, 2010
Associated Press
The new engineering lab and a smaller utility building will help consolidate all of Delphi's 1,400 employees in Kokomo.
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Herff Jones buys globe maker Replogle

August 24, 2010
Replogle is one of the world's largest globe manufacturers and dates to the 1930s. The company as of 2004 had 225 employees and sales of $18 million.
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Is University Loft's rival going on attack again?Restricted Content

August 21, 2010
Greg Andrews
The Greenfield furniture-maker has an acrimonious history with California-based Furniture by Thurston.
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JD Norman boss stumps for UAW to reconsider contract

August 18, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
The owner of Illinois-based JD Norman Industries came to Indianapolis to make a personal plea for United Auto Workers Local 23 to allow a vote on his proposed five-year contract.
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Hybrid-motor sales help boost Remy's quarterly results

August 17, 2010
Pendleton-based company reported both higher profit and revenue, helped by a 20-percent increase in hybrid-motor sales.
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UAW halts vote on giveback deal at Indy GM plant

August 15, 2010
Associated Press
UAW Local 23 bargaining chairman Gregory Clark says members won't vote on the proposed contract, which would cut base wages from $29 per hour to $15.50.
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GM plant offer sets off union power struggle

August 12, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
The UAW in Detroit said Local 23 will vote Monday on Illinois-based JD Norman's proposal to buy an Indianapolis stamping plant where more than 600 work, but a local rep says workers don't want to negotiate.
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Remy to supply motors for all-electric Equinox

August 10, 2010
Chris O'Malley
Remy International on Tuesday signed a contract with Cincinnati-based Advanced Mechanical Products Inc. to supply motors for an all-electric version of the Chevrolet Equinox.
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Local manufacturer Deflecto lives to see 50

August 7, 2010
 IBJ Staff
Customers intervened to keep inventor of bicycle reflectors, dryer vents from going out of business.
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Slumping chocolate firm hopes to recapture early momentumRestricted Content

August 7, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
Endangered Species Chocolate, which saw growth spike from 2005 through 2007, lost 20 percent of its revenue in 2009. Sales dropped from $14 million in 2008 to $11 million last year. New Curt Vander Meer has plans to bring the company back to its former glory, one chocolate bar at a time.
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