The Indianapolis-based trucking and logistics company, which is building a $28 million corporate campus in Hancock County, has been approved for almost $3 million in state economic incentives.
An Italian company planned to create 450 jobs when plans for its Muncie factory were announced in 2008, but it never employed more than about 60.
The largely rural county southeast of Indianapolis has recently racked up a string of successes.
Kenra Professional LLC, a hair products company founded in Indianapolis in 1929, will be leaving the city for the Los Angeles area in mid-2017, the company disclosed this week.
Chad Priest took the reins of the Indiana Region of the American Red Cross in the aftermath of drastic chapter closures and in the midst of preparations to relocate the Indianapolis headquarters.
Weston Foods is investing $1.6 million to renovate its 20,000-square-foot production facility in Brownsburg for its subsidiary Maplehurst Bakeries LLC. It plans to add 15 jobs.
The beer management software firm said it would be relocating its offices to the new Four Day Ray Brewing facility on the corner of Lantern Road and North Street. It intends to double its local employment to more than 80 over the next two years.
Publicly traded Determine Inc. generated fanfare when it announced it was moving its headquarters here and adding 24 jobs to the 35 already here. But many investors have been betting against it for years.
Trucking and logistics company Knight Transportation Inc. expects to add as many as 426 employees at its new Regional Operations Service Center in Plainfield by the end of 2021, the company announced Tuesday.
Currently based in Tennessee, the company plans to build a 200,000-square-foot facility on 40 acres of undeveloped land at the intersection of Interstate 74 and S.R. 44.
An amendment would create a new financial penalty for companies that leave Indiana to move to foreign countries after they receive state tax breaks.
The only memories of thousands of long-gone manufacturing jobs are the giant, vacant factories left behind when companies bolt—after consolidation, restructuring or in search of cheaper labor.
The Fishers City Council approved selling a downtown parcel to Braden Business Systems Inc. for $5 in addition to nearly $1 million in incentives Monday night.
Allied Solutions LLC, a Carmel-based firm that serves the financial sector, is planning construction of a five-story building in the Midtown area, more than doubling the size of its existing headquarters.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. said Thursday morning that it has reached job-creation incentive deals with 17 companies across the state, including 14 businesses in Indianapolis.