The number of merchants using Fulfillment by Amazon increased 70 percent in 2016. The logistics service lets merchants send goods to Amazon warehouses and pay a fee for packing and shipping online orders to customers.
Healer Health makes shoes under the brand name I-Runner. It’s moving its operations from Kentucky to Zionsville next month.
The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission has granted Spirited Sales a temporary permit to sell wholesale liquor after a Marion County special judge denied the state’s request for a stay on her August ruling for the company.
The parent company of National Wine & Spirits, has applied to the city for a property-tax abatement on the project that will save it an estimated $335,243 over the eight-year abatement period.
The struggling, Indy-based retailer says the move is part of a larger strategy that could save as much as $25 million over two years.
C&S Wholesale Grocers Inc. says it will eliminate 187 jobs in Indianapolis and Yorktown because its contract with Marsh Supermarkets Inc. is coming to an end.
Merchandise Warehouse said it will build a 90,000-square-foot, 50-foot-tall addition to its food-grade facility at 1414 S. West St.—a move that will boost its capacity by 25 percent.
Merchandise Warehouse Co. Inc. is planning an expansion and renovation of its warehouse facilities just south of downtown, allowing it to add 65 employees over the next five years.
Two local subsidiaries of Miami-based Venture Logistics LLC want to build the 400,000-square-foot facility on a 46-acre site at West Hanna Avenue and Division Street, near South Harding Street.
Finishing the proposed extension of Interstate 69 from Bloomington to Indianapolis was one of about 75 projects the industry sector pushed for in a strategic plan released Wednesday.
Premier Packaging LLC has purchased a 160,000-square-foot plant on the northwest side and is in the process of renovating and equipping it. Premier intends to hire about 50 workers by 2016.
The unanimous ruling Tuesday is a victory for the growing number of retailers and other companies that routinely screen workers to prevent employee theft.
Several sprawling distribution centers have been built, or are under construction, to ship directly to consumers.
ModusLink Global Solutions Inc. plans to shut down its 96,000-square-foot distribution facility in Indianapolis, eliminating 110 jobs by the end of October, the company said late last week.
As consumers, our need for instant gratification has never been greater, as evidenced by the rise of e-commerce. Shopping online and receiving an order that same day or the next is replacing the expectations of old, when we received our orders in a week or so.