The company says it will bring on 1,400 new workers at central Indiana fulfillment centers in Indianapolis, Plainfield, and Whitestown, as well as an additional 700 workers at its Jeffersonville location in southern Indiana.
A Louisville-based manufacturer of corrugated boxes and other packing supplies is seeking a tax abatement from the city to help it open a local plant and distribution center that would hire 60 workers over the next two years.
Sysco Corp. called off its planned $3.5 billion takeover of US Foods, it announced Monday, after a federal judge blocked the combination. Both companies have large distribution operations in central Indiana.
Chris Baggott, one of ExactTarget's three co-founders, said the main ingredients of the new startup are food trucks, delivery-only kitchens and Uber drivers. He predicts it will be a $1 billion company.
Integrated Distribution Services Inc. plans to consolidate its operations in Plainfield into one huge facility, enabling an expansion that could create 71 new jobs by the end of 2020, the logistics company announced Monday.