Thyssenkrupp Steering will create 64 new jobs and plans to move existing positions from its operations in Indianapolis to the new location at Exit Five Parkway.
Clinical Architecture is spending $4.2 million on its new headquarters space while seeking software developers, clinical experts, salespeople and product managers.
In January, the produce distributor opened a $32 million facility designed to cook and package meals and side dishes such as salads, pasta, deli meats and pinwheel sandwich wraps.
The commercial bakery, which makes frozen bread dough and cookie dough and baked flatbreads for Subway and other quick-service restaurants, started out big and says more growth is coming.
From 2007 to 2010, the Carmel-based manufacturer laid off about 1,000 employees. But its commitment to stay invested in R&D has paid off.
The company, which expects to nearly double its current employee count, began renovations to its facilities in late 2016 and could begin operations this month.
The tech giant will establish its regional headquarters in the Chase Tower, to be renamed Salesforce Tower Indianapolis. Employees will start moving into the refurbished space in 2017.
Out-of-town technology companies are putting down roots here and growing fast. They’re looking to tap into relatively fresh talent pools and to capitalize on what cities like Indianapolis don’t have—a high cost of doing business and intense employee poaching.
LKE Group, which makes products for transporting goods and materials, plans to establish its operations just south of Indianapolis International Airport.
Human resources and corporate benefits firm Tilson expects a tidal wave of new workers by the end of the decade as firms try to cope with complex employee requirements.
Sirmax and OMR Automotive, both suppliers to the automotive industry, plan to build plants in Speedway and Anderson and together could create up to 110 jobs over the next several years.
Granite Real Estate Investment Trust has entered Plainfield’s robust logistics and distribution market with a deal to buy two mammoth facilities and a prime plot of land.
Nine of the 16 firms who announced their plans with state officials Thursday expect to boost operations and employment in the Indianapolis area, forecasting 933 jobs.
After planning a move to Westfield, Algaeon Inc. has instead leased new space in Indianapolis for a research and production facility. Planning 25 hires, it is seeking a tax break from the city on $4.9 million in new equipment.
Michigan-base Online Tech plans to open a 25-employee facility just west of Lucas Oil Stadium, serving businesses that need cloud computing.
The Caterpillar dealer is seeking to expand with new corporate offices and sales and service facilities on more than 130 acres of land near the interchange of Interstates 465 and 74.
PlaqueMaker.com plans to invest as much as $3 million to expand its Fortville operations, building and equipping a 42,000-square-foot facility and nearly doubling its staff by the end of 2018.