Fueled by the strong performance of Klipsch and the company’s other premium audio lines—all of which are overseen from Indianapolis by longtime Klipsch CEO Paul Jacobs—Voxx shares have risen more than 200% this year.
Old-line metal-fabrication company sees revenue surge under new ownership
Until a few years ago, Indianapolis-based IMH Products was stuck in neutral—turning a profit, yes, but doing so with outdated equipment and without an emphasis on growth.Read More
Manufacturing on rebound, but not for all companies
While the pandemic has devastated Indiana’s tourism and hospitality industries, the picture is decidedly mixed for manufacturing—which constitutes more than a quarter of the state’s gross domestic product.Read More
Calumet Specialty ekes out quarterly profit; CFO stepping down
The specialty hydrocarbon and fuels products producer said Keith Jennings would resign as executive vice president and chief financial officer as of Aug. 31, just eight months after joining the company.Read More
Cummins exceeds expectations despite historic drop in quarterly revenue
Cummins said it expects sales to improve in the third quarter, although the pandemic continues to create considerable uncertainty.Read More
The Columbus-based engine maker’s third-quarter revenue and net income rebounded better from pandemic-related lags than analysts had expected.
A startup that’s planning to launch a $60 million drug-manufacturing plant sees big growth in contract manufacturing.
Much of last month’s growth came from clothing stores, where sales rose 11%. At auto dealerships and parts shops, sales were up 3.6%.
The Joint Hypersonics Transition Office Systems Engineering Field Activity hub will be located at Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane. A team of 30 engineers and program managers will be based there to support the program.
IMH said it plans to move Mainstay’s equipment and its 38 employees to its Indianapolis facilities by year’s end. Both companies are in the metal fabrication business.
Industrial production remains 7.3% below where it was in February, right before economic activity seized up in the pandemic.
Milwaukee Tool, which will open a 150,000-square-foot facility on Southtech Drive, has been on a growth tear, with employment increasing from 1,000 to 5,000 over the last decade.
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.
The July increase was led by a strong advance in the volatile transportation sector, which was up 35.6%.
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.
Corsicana Mattress said the new plant will help it keep up with demand for its growing boxed-bed product line.
Mission Foods said it will launch production at a half-million-square-foot plant that will have the capacity to produce more than 187 million pounds of baked goods annually.
American industry continued to regain ground lost in the coronavirus recession last month, but production remains well below where it was before the pandemic struck.
After decades of skepticism, pretty much every Indiana political entity, from small towns to the Governor’s Office, strives to persuade overseas businesses to launch operations in the state,
Researchers said little had changed from a test of four other vehicles in 2018, prompting the recommendation that automakers stop including the technology on more models.
The Commerce Department said Monday that the June gain in durable goods orders, which was better than expected, followed an even bigger 15.1% increase in May.
Diana and Jason Brugh talks with podcast host Mason King about how they were able develop a robot in just weeks, what it has been like working together, and what the robot costs. Plus, Diana explains her family’s experience with the coronavirus that helped motivate the project.
Northern Indiana manufacturers of RVs and recreational boats are struggling to keep up with demand as residents take up boating as a safe way to enjoy the summer.
The skill sets of husband-and-wife duo Jason and Diana Brugh are as perfectly blended for the task they aim to accomplish as the abilities of the integrated robots they’re building to kill germs and fight coronavirus in the workplace. Diana Brugh is a microbiologist with experience in food science and working with bacteria- and virus-killing […]