The UAW’s regional office appears to be arranging a contract vote by mail-in ballot. Word on the shop floor is that a ballot will accompany a new proposal, which includes $70,000 cash for union members who work for JD Norman for two years. The offer is double the amount in a previous proposal.
A businessman seeking to buy General Motors Co.'s Indianapolis metal-stamping plant met with workers Sunday at Lucas Oil
Stadium to urge them to accept pay cuts allowing the sale.
MotoCzysz sees the Remy motor as part of an electric motorcycle-based drive system—tailored to automobiles. The companies
collaborated on the winning electric bike at Isle of Man race.
The owner of Illinois-based JD Norman Industries came to Indianapolis to make a personal plea for United Auto Workers Local
23 to allow a vote on his proposed five-year contract.
The mandate from a U.S. bankruptcy judge will supply retroactive benefits to more than 6,000 Visteon Corp. retirees who lost
insurance coverage after
Michigan-based auto-parts maker filed for bankruptcy in 2009, including 2,100 workers in Indiana.
JD Norman Industries advertisement tells employees that its proposal to buy the plant would guarantee
their GM transfer rights without having to close the facility.
Pendleton-based company reported both higher profit and revenue, helped by a 20-percent increase in hybrid-motor sales.
Continental Structural Plastics expects to spend at least $9.1 million on upgrades to the Huntington factory and perhaps have
350 workers working there by 2012.
NHK Seating of America’s plant in Murfreesboro is expected to employ up to 224 workers when all phases of production are operating
Battery company will offer expertise to help Wanxiang build Chinese factory, fill backlogs. Indiana employment could reach 3,000, but there’s no target date for achieving that milestone.