Earlier this year, the company eliminated Shelby County in Indiana from contention for the manufacturing facility.
Truss Manufacturing Co., a fixture along U.S. 31 in Westfield since 1959, in October changed its name to TMC Building Products
to emphasize its expansion into other supplies.
The good news continues for Rolls-Royce Corp.’s Indianapolis operations, which this week received an $11.1 million contract
to make gas turbine engines for the Army’s OH-58D Kiowa reconnaissance helicopters.
Rolls-Royce Corp. said Monday that the U.S. Air Force has awarded its Indianapolis operations an $8.5 million contract to
provide spare engine parts for the C-130J military transport aircraft.
New Albany-based Kemper Foods International LLC announced Tuesday morning that it will expand its food-production center in
southeast Indiana, creating more than 350 new jobs by 2012.
Benchmark Products Inc., a local manufacturer of metal-finishing chemicals, will combine with a Bedford, Ohio, company and
keep its headquarters and production in Indianapolis. The combined company will be renamed Asterion LLC.
Telic Corp., a developer and manufacturer of United States military equipment, announced Thursday it will invest more than
$1.2 million in the former Newport Chemical Depot in western Indiana, creating up to 500 jobs.
Harley-Davidson has announced that a Kentucky location is the only one it will consider if it decides to relocate its York,
Pa., motorcycle plant, eliminating a site south of Indianapolis from contention.
The Autoquip Corp. has completed its acquisition of American Lifts in Greensburg and will be moving nearly 50 jobs to company headquarters in Guthrie, Okla.
Indiana manufacturers, many of which have suffered major job losses, are optimistic the economy will rebound next year,
according to an annual survey commissioned by Katz Sapper & Miller LLP.
Despite a vaguely worded veto threat by President Barack Obama, the House on Thursday easily adopted a major defense
policy bill that calls for continued development of a costly alternative engine for the Pentagon’s next-generation fighter
Evansville-based Accuride Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday as part of a restructuring of debt.