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 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.
The Northern Indiana packaging manufacturer is expanding to a 100,000-square-foot building in the Vanderburgh Industrial Park in Evansville, IN.
Cormo USA Inc. will invest $29.5 million to establish operations in Rushville, IN, creating up to 250 new jobs by the end of 2023.
The global IT consulting and staffing firm is expanding its operations in Hamilton County with a new digital training center.
Greenleaf Foods, SPC is investing $310 million to build a manufacturing facility in Shelbyville, IN, creating 460 new jobs.
The Canada-based automotive engineering and manufacturing company will create up to 75 jobs in an expansion of its Allen County, IN operations.
Indiana rang in 2019 with a burst of project activity. The Hoosier state hopes to keep the momentum going in all of its diverse growth sectors.
The lumber manufacturing company will invest $7 million to establish a new spinoff in Bristol, IN, creating up to 100 new jobs.
The Japan-based mobility supplier will open a new distribution center in Jeffersonville, IN, creating up to 50 new jobs by 2023.
The Chicago-based marketing technology company will invest more than $10 million in its Indianapolis operations over the next several years.
The mobility transportation manufacturer will expand its operations in Indiana to meet increased national and international demand for its wheelchair accessible vans, SUVs and wheelchair lifts.
Armor Plastics, a new plastic coating company, will invest $13.4 million to revitalize a vacant industrial site in Madison, IN.
MomentPath will expand its operations in Carmel, IN, hiring up to 50 new employees by 2022.
Kerauno has selected Indianapolis as its official headquarters and plans to increase its Indiana workforce to 140 by 2022.
By 2024, Saturn Petcare will invest more than $38 million and create up to 200 new jobs at its first U.S. facility in Terre Haute, IN.
The Illinois-based steel company is investing nearly $20 million to move to Gary, IN.
Due to growing demand for paper straws, Aardvark Straws will expand its Fort Wayne, IN operations, creating more than 200 jobs by the end of 2021.
The Japan-based automotive supplier will expand its manufacturing operations in Columbus, IN, creating up to 100 new jobs by 2023.
In honor of National Manufacturing Day, 22 companies announced plans to locate in or expand in Indiana, committing to invest a total of more than $154 million and create up to 1,090 new jobs.
The online retailer of music instruments and audio gear will invest more than $76.4 million to expand its 163-acre Fort Wayne headquarters campus.