Indiana Economic Development Corporation
At River Ridge Commerce Center in Jeffersonville, IN, Meta will create 100 jobs at its new data center and Bintelli will invest $4M to expand its EV operations.
With less than one year in operation in Lebanon, Indiana, NewCold, a food logistics company, is preparing to double its capital investment.
Bila Solar, a solar-energy startup, will base its United States headquarters, and a manufacturing facility, in Indiana.
Indiana incentives will help NOVA Chemicals add up to 125 new jobs in Connersville, and Ford Meter Box Company create up to 126 jobs in Wabash.
On the heels of opening a new high-tech fulfillment center in McCordsville, Walmart is investing $108M to upgrade its Seymour regional distribution center.
GM, Samsung SDI joint venture will bring $3B battery cell plant to St. Joseph County, Indiana. Plus, GM invests $632M In Fort Wayne.
Indiana Secretary of Commerce Bradley B. Chambers discusses the state’s robust economy, and why the microelectronics industry is on the rise.
Since it was launched in 2020, the Manufacturing Readiness Grants program has granted a total of 384 awards totaling $39 million to companies in 69 counties.
With strong roots in manufacturing, Indiana’s economy is evolving to attract new areas of the sector, including green energy.
In a public-private partnership with Indiana and Purdue University, SkyWater Technology will pursue CHIPS Act funding to build a $1.8B semiconductor plant in West Lafayette.
Stellantis Samsung SDI joint venture to build electric vehicle battery plant in Kokomo, IN is targeted to start in 2025 and create 1,400 new jobs.
Hello Nature and MPS Egg Farms joint venture Bionutrients will build two facilities, employ nearly 50 workers, in Wabash, IN.
The Israel-based company’s $1.5 billion three-phase solar farm project, Mammoth Solar, is expected to bring 1.3 gigawatts of clean energy to Northern Indiana.
The expansion will help Smoker Craft meet increased consumer demand, and create up to 100 new jobs in New Paris, IN.
Communications Test Design, Inc.'s Jeffersonville, IN expansion will create 1,000 jobs over the next five years.
Trucking company Renewable Transport Services will invest more than $20M to upgrade and equip its 100,000-square-foot Indianapolis facility.
Milliman Inc. will add nearly 100 jobs and invest more than $6 million to lease and furnish office space in the Market Tower office building in downtown Indianapolis.
Tempur Sealy, ITS Logistics, and Ludo Fact USA will create a total of 600 new jobs in Montgomery, Boone, and Tippecanoe counties.
Poland-based packaging manufacturer CANPACK will invest $380 million and create 345 jobs at its new aluminum beverage can manufacturing plant in Muncie, IN.
The Indiana Regional Economic Acceleration and Development Initiative (READI) encourages communities to create shared visions and strategies to accelerate economic resilience, long-term growth.