Goshen-based Wieland Designs Inc. said it will add the jobs by 2015 as part of a $1 million investment to improve existing facilities and purchase specialized machinery to enhance production.
Indy Audio Labs is shipping its first finished product and had it certified by THX Ltd., the gold standard in consumer electronics, in time for a major industry trade show this month.
Jim Tieken, a former refrigeration repairman, invented an alternative to the coolant Freon when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency banned it in the mid-1990s. But his company might be unable to continue making that alternative, Hot Shot, because of cap-and-trade burdens, according to a letter Tieken sent the EPA in May.
Carrier Corp.’s plan to invest $36.5 million in its Indianapolis plant hinges in part on how well consumers take to a new platform of high-efficiency furnaces.
A Shelbyville manufacturer is seeking to cancel a trademark held by Tervis Tumbler Co., which built a $75 million business around making double-walled plastic cups.
Coeus Technologies has begun selling its Ultra7 product through HomeDepot.com.
New markets to be added later this year are expected to double the company’s sales within five years.
Ten years after adopting its policy, Notre Dame remains the only major U.S. university that forbids license holders such as Adidas AG to put the school logo on any product from China.
Luxury faucet brand and designer started working together in 2006.
Fortville manufacturer plans $3.3 million expansion
The overall demand for durable goods fell 1.3 percent in August, the Commerce Department said Friday. But that was pulled down by a significant drop in orders for aircraft.
Military contracts have helped shore up sagging sales at University Loft Co., the furniture maker federal agents raided two
weeks ago. Still, University
Loft’s work force is almost 50 percent off its recent peak.