The state’s lead economic development agency announced Monday that it secured nearly 300 development deals in 2019 that are expected to result in more than 27,000 new jobs.
Amazon plans new Indianapolis-area distribution facility with up to 1,000 employees
The Seattle-based e-commerce company plans to use a 660,384-square-foot building that’s already under construction for an an “inbound cross dock” center.Read More
Local production bakery plans $25M expansion, 50 new hires
CraftMark Bakery, the baked goods supplier for more than 70,000 restaurants in North America, is planning another expansion that would bring employment up to 446 by the end of 2022.Read More
Honda spending $4.2M, adding 34 jobs to produce hybrid CR-V in Greensburg
The CR-V Hybrid will be introduced in early 2020 and will be the company’s first electrified sport-utility vehicle in the United States. It is part of Honda’s larger plan to apply its two-motor, hybrid-electric system to all of its core U.S. models in the coming years.Read More
Energizer Manufacturing Inc. is seeking tax breaks from the city of Franklin in return for opening a $62.7 million packaging and distribution center in Franklin Tech Park, just east of Interstate 65 and south of State Road 44.
The facility will offer a range of technology disposition services, including data erasure and drive destruction, processing, remarketing and recycling.
Aptive Plc, a mobility tech company formerly known as Delphi Automotive, plans to open a $9 million engineering lab in Westfield, the city announced Monday night.
Amazon is looking for all kinds of workers, from software engineers to warehouse staff. The hiring spree is not related to the usual increase in hiring it does to prepare for the busy holiday shopping season.
U.S. businesses added a healthy 195,000 jobs last month, a sign companies are still hiring at a brisk pace despite the ongoing trade war with China.
Roundtripper Baseball Academy is expanding its baseball facilities in Westfield and The Peterson Co. plans to build an office and warehouse facility for a Fishers company that plans to relocate.
The Louisville-based company expects to invest more than $52 million to launch its Indiana operations at the River Ridge Commerce Center in Jeffersonville.
Officials said the new project, combined with the Vehicle Environmental Test, or VET, facility announced earlier this year, would create more than 300 jobs altogether at Allison.
The sports footwear and apparel company is negotiating a lease to open in a roughly 635,000-square-foot building at 3519 Perry Boulevard.
Officials announced Friday that Indiana Wheel Corp. plans to spend nearly $23 million to purchase, renovate and equip the facility, where it will hire up to 117 workers.
Plans call for the company to spend $11.8 million on the real estate improvements and another $5.7 million on new IT equipment and freezers.
A software-as-a-service firm founded last year under the wing of Indianapolis-based venture studio High Alpha announced Tuesday that it plans to spend $1.4 million to establish a downtown headquarters.
Genesys, which acquired Interactive Intelligence in 2016 and made extensive job cuts following the purchase, is working on the city to update its tax-incentive agreement after failing to comply with previous requirements.
A company that designs and makes cutting and grinding products and custom tools is moving forward on an expansion that includes adding more jobs in northeastern Indiana.
Saab said the facility will be used to manufacture a significant portion of the T-X advanced pilot training aircraft, which will help train future U.S. Air Force pilots for generations.
The Atlanta-based company said the expansion would double its processing capacity and add 56 jobs over the next few years.
Indy Chamber President Michael Huber said the local bid package was “one of two that were personally handed to Jeff Bezos” by the Amazon team. The chamber is now repurposing some of the materials from the package for more economic development efforts.
The Lebanon City Council Monday night approved a tax break valued at $1.3 million for U.S. Corrugated Inc., which plans to open a 470,000-square-foot manufacturing facility.
The company said the operation will be the first of its kind in the United States and use plastics from curbside recycling pickup in Indiana and Illinois, and from manufacturing waste.