Founded in 2005 by Charles Haywood, Mansfield-King develops and manufactures products that are sold under its customers’ brand names. The east-side company has 154 employees.
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The Department of Health and Human Services contracted with GM to build the ventilators at a converted auto electronics plant in Kokomo at a cost of $489.4 million.
The new center, on the manufacturer’s Speedway campus, can simulate extreme heat and cold as well as a variety of altitudes and road conditions.
While the demand for printing papers had been in slow decline before the pandemic, the magnitude of the drop during COVID-19 has been a surprise.
Amazon received government approval to put more than 3,200 satellites into orbit with the goal of beaming internet service to earth. The company said it will spend $10 billion on the initiative.
Segway, which boldly claimed its two-wheeled personal transporter would revolutionize the way people get around, is ending production of its namesake vehicle.
The announcement marks the latest in a series of steps the Columbus-based engine maker has taken in recent years to diversify its offerings in alternative-energy power systems.
United Auto Workers represents about 150,000 workers employed by Ford, Fiat Chrysler and General Motors, but it also includes casino workers, university graduate assistants and others.
The pandemic has devastated the diamond world. Jewelry stores closed their doors, India’s cutting and polishing artisans were forced to stay home and De Beers had to cancel its March sale because buyers couldn’t travel to view the merchandise.
The Indianapolis-based machine tool manufacturer said shutdowns related to the COVID-19 pandemic had a dramatic effect on its sales.
The coronavirus pandemic has made many consumers cautious of air travel, cruise ships and hotels, and they now see RVs as a safer mode of travel and better vacation alternative.
Gary Jones acknowledged that he falsified expenses from 2012 to 2017 when he was a regional UAW director. He was promoted to president in 2018 but quit after 17 months as the federal investigation intensified.
For some automakers, the return to full production has been delayed, or it’s been herky-herky, with production lines stopping and starting due to infected workers or parts shortages from Mexico and elsewhere.
The Indianapolis-based maker of oils, lubricants and fuels was among the nation’s largest recipients of Paycheck Protection Program loans, which for the most part were intended for small businesses.
About 133,000 U.S. workers will be pouring back into auto assembly plants that will open in the coming week.
The Indianapolis-based manufacturer took a blow in the first quarter due to the pandemic, but still turned in results that exceeded analyst expectations.
The sporting and recreational equipment manufacturer said it repaid its loan to comply with a rule change in the Paycheck Protection Program.
The Indiana-based engine manufacturer warned that the second quarter will be much more difficult, with production and demand largely sidelined by the pandemic.
The security-products maker, whose North American headquarters are in Carmel, exceeded analyst expectations despite a $96.3 million impairment charge because of COVID-19-related uncertainty.