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 Toyota-owned company will create up to 87 new jobs in Westfield, IN, with help from state tax credits and training grants.
MCP USA will invest $11.38 million in its new North American headquarters in Portage, IN, creating up to 60 new jobs by 2019.
Stealth Trailers will open a new facility in Marion, IN with help from state tax credits and training grants based on the company’s job creation plans.
The company will move manufacturing of its video event recorders from mainland China to Logansport, IN, creating 70 jobs and $50 million in investment.
GATX Corporation will invest $38.5 million to expand its Terre Haute, IN operations into a full-scale Midwest maintenance hub, creating up to 59 new jobs by 2020.
Android Industries and its sister company Avancez will expand their operations in Fort Wayne, IN, creating up to 313 new jobs by the end of 2018.
HMD Trucking will move its corporate headquarters from Illinois to Gary, IN, creating 500 new jobs in the state by 2021.
Brooks Running Company will open a new footwear and apparel distribution center in Whitestown, IN, creating more than 130 new jobs by 2023.
The automotive parts distributor will bring 190 jobs to its new Plainfield, IN corporate headquarters.
The Japan-based company will invest $8 million in its new operations in Shelbyville, which will house high-tech 3D printing equipment.
The company plans to create up to 185 new jobs at a new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Posey County, IN.
The Fortune 500 company is investing more than $45M and will create over 120 jobs at its new Whitestown, IN facility.
The company will invest between $30 and $35 million to restart three idled lines at its aluminum smelting facility in southwest Indiana's Warrick County.
Polyram Group, a producer of raw materials for the plastics industry, will locate its first U.S. production facility in Evansville, IN with plans to create more than 50 new jobs by 2022.
The medical device startup will locate its new headquarters in Jeffersonville, IN with support from the state’s venture development partner.
A new $24 million public-private partnership will establish the nation’s most advanced turbine lab for compact gas turbine engines at Purdue University.
Fukai Toyotetsu Indiana Corporation will double its footprint in Jamestown, IN, creating up to 103 new jobs by 2020.
Knowledge Services, a woman-owned business, will create up to 400 jobs in Fishers, IN by 2021.
myCOI will expand its Indianapolis headquarters, creating up to 185 jobs by 2021.
California-based EasyDial is investing more than $21 million to build a new production facility in Chesterton, IN, creating up to 96 new jobs.
Web Industries will invest $8M to expand its operations in Allen County, IN creating up to 45 new jobs by 2019.
The global technology firm will invest over $8.7 million, create up to 2,000 new high-skilled jobs in central Indiana by the end of 2021.
BeijingWest Industries, Co. Ltd. will invest more than $80 million its first U.S. production facility in Greenfield's Progress Park, creating up to 441 new, high-wage jobs by 2021.
Stratosphere Quality will invest $3.7M to expand its headquarters in Fishers, IN, creating up to 250 new jobs by 2020.
Greenlight.guru has expanded to a new office for tech startups and plans to create up to 120 new jobs by 2020 with help from state tax credits and training grants.
The pharmaceutical giant’s significant investment in manufacturing diabetes medicines will continue with a new $85 million commitment in Indianapolis.
Spot Freight Inc. will invest over $2M to expand in Indianapolis, and receive tax credits and training assistance grants from the state.
Select Genetics will locate a new hatchery in Terre Haute with the help of up to $550,000 in state tax credits and training grants.
Steuben County’s new Enterprise Center will house traditional co-working space for small businesses and growing firms, as well as a dedicated industrial training facility with welding and CNC machinery training equipment.
The automotive manufacturer will invest over $4M in a new facility in Fort Wayne with help from tax credits and training grants from the state.