Indiana Manufacturers Association President Patrick Kiely says Indiana has added 64,000 manufacturing jobs since the industry bottomed out in June 2009.
3D Parts Manufacturing LLC plans to invest $6 million to lease and equip 25,000 square feet of operations space and hire 65 workers by 2018.
Indiana’s manufacturing and logistics sectors are undoubtedly strong, but work-force quality issues continue to nag the state, according to an industry report card released Friday morning.
Indianapolis manufacturing operations will provide cutting-edge engines for the latest generation of helicopter drones to be used by the U.S. Navy.
In Kokomo, Chrysler plants rise with the resurgent automaker, while a GM plant across the highway hasn’t been so fortunate.
Casket company turns heads with aggressive foray into equipment manufacturing.
An economist at Ball State University warned of another recession at Conexus Indiana's annual state of manufacturing and logistics report Tuesday morning. Both sectors, however, contribute strongly to the state's economy and earned "A" grades in the latest report.
David Roberts, the company's intellectual property lawyer since January 2011, is the new CEO. Richard Quirin, who was chief financial officer at IMMI, a seatbelt maker based in Westfield, is the new CFO.
Rolls-Royce Corp. plans to invest $42 million to set up a new manufacturing plant in Indianapolis and create 100 jobs by 2014, the company announced Tuesday morning.
Supplier to begin producing door part made from kenaf, a plant similar to bamboo but related to cotton.