Indiana Economic Development Corporation
Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Indiana Economic Development Corporation articles below.
The Integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) provider will invest nearly $1.2 million to establish its third major North American location in Indianapolis.
The automotive floorplan financing company will create more than 200 jobs at its expanded headquarters in Carmel, IN.
The electric vehicle (EV) company intends to invest $300M to establish operations at the former AM General commercial plant in Mishawaka, IN.
The animal health company will establish its global headquarters at a former GM stamping plant in downtown Indianapolis, and create more than 570 new jobs over the next decade.
The Illinois-based building facade manufacturer Reflection Window + Wall is investing $9.3 million to build and equip a 120,000-square-foot facility in Porter County, IN.
The $25M investment will upgrade Cummins' Seymour Engine Plant (SEP) in Seymour, IN, and create and retain more than 150 jobs over the next five to 10 years.
INCOG BioPharma Services will invest $60M to establish its first manufacturing facility and global headquarters in Fishers, IN.
The Texas-based mattress company will establish a new production facility in La Porte, IN, creating 350 jobs.
To support its Midwest growth, the tortilla maker will establish a new 510,965-square-foot manufacturing facility in Plainfield, IN.
Germany-based vehicle technology company Continential will create more than 45 new jobs with an expansion of its ContiTech Vibration Control business unit in DeKalb County, IN.
The rotational molder and thermoformer will consolidate its Michigan and Indiana operations and create up to 210 jobs in Elkhart County, IN by the end of 2022.
The new initiatives were launched to help Indiana businesses restart, adapt and stimulate long-term growth, especially small businesses and manufacturers.
The orthopedic device company will create up to 111 new jobs at the Warsaw Technology Park in Kosciusko County, IN.
The pharmaceutical company will establish its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Indianapolis and plans to create more than 100 new, high-wage jobs by the end of 2024.
Since launching in early May, the Indiana Small Business PPE Marketplace has received nearly 20,000 orders for personal protective equipment (PPE) and has fulfilled 10,000 orders.
INOX Market Service will invest $15 million to establish its North American headquarters in Delaware County, IN, creating up to 101 jobs by the end of 2024.
The state has secured 2.6M PPE items to be made by Indiana manufacturers, donated by businesses for front-line medical workers.
The India-based medical device manufacturer will create up tp 65 jobs in Noblesville, IN by the end of 2023.
The Tennessee-based regional airline's new nonstop routes will create up to 55 new jobs in central Indiana by the end of 2023.
The digital consulting company has selected Indiana for its first Midwest operation, and will create the new, highly-skilled jobs by the end of this year.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana will complete the modernization project at its Princeton operations, and add 150 more new jobs.
The company's new, 250,000-square-foot distribution center in Jeffersonville, IN will support growth in the beverage industry.
The global auto manufacturer will expand and retool its Kokomo, IN manufacturing operations for production of a new engine.
The Virginia-based regenerative medicine company will create up to 127 new jobs in Hendricks County, IN by the end of 2023.
The food service distributor will expand in Indiana with a new 500,000-square-foot warehouse facility at the NorthPoint Industrial Park in Westfield.
To meet growing demand from Midwest manufacturing and healthcare industries, the industrial gas company will invest $38 million in a new, large-scale air separation unit in Indianapolis.
The new 5G hub will invite businesses, researchers, and universities to develop next-generation solutions in Indianapolis.
The logistics and supply chain management provider will invest more than $5.65 million to grow its operations and buy new equipment over the next five years.
The global supply chain logistics company is investing more than $1.8 million to expand its Indianapolis headquarters.
Planned growth of the company’s core businesses, innovation and vehicle testing center will bring more than 300 jobs to central Indiana.