Chicago-based LKQ Corp., a supplier of replacement and aftermarket automotive parts, will establish a distribution center
in Plainfield with plans to create up to 30 jobs by 2011, the company announced this morning.
By preserving residency as a condition to distribute booze, our Legislature is protecting Indiana’s existing liquor distributors, many of whom do business in neighboring states like Illinois and Michigan. This antiquated standard is anti-competitive and ultimately means higher prices and reduced selection for Indiana residents.
In early April, the 110,000-square-foot Indianapolis distribution center of California-based medical-device supplier DJO Inc.
will quietly roll out a revolutionary automated package-handling system.