The world’s largest manufacturer of automobile emission-control systems plans to expand its North American headquarters in Columbus, adding 131 workers by the end of 2017, the company announced Wednesday.
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.
The donor-management software firm says it plans to spend at least $8 million building a headquarters complex at Fort Harrison, part of an attractive deal that involves free public land and a roughly $300,000 grant.
Magnetation LLC, which operates a massive iron ore pellet plant in Indiana, has filed for bankruptcy. The company announced plans for the Reynolds plant in late 2012, saying it would spend as much as $350 million on the facility and create up to 100 jobs there by the end of this year.