- SPECIAL REPORTS
Items Tagged with 'Indiana manufacturing'
YORKTOWN, IN—Mursix Corp. will invest $7.1 million to expand its headquarters here, creating up to 108 new jobs by 2017. The company produces components for alternative energy applications, such as converters and inverters used in hybrid trucks and vehicles.
SOUTH BEND, IN—Defense contractor AM General will soon begin recalling employees back to work at its assembly plant here in anticipation of a U.S. government contract. Up to 200 employees could be recalled.
BREMEN, IN—Universal Bearings, a manufacturer of needle bearings, will invest $39.1 million to expand its assembly plant here, creating up to 78 new jobs by 2017.
TIPTON, IN—Chrysler has hired 204 workers for its new transmission assembly plant here, about a quarter of the total hires planned for the facility.
FORT WAYNE, IN—BAE Systems has begun constructing a $39 million assembly plant here.
HUNTINGTON, IN—PHD Inc., a supplier of industrial automation components, is investing $4.18 million to expand and re-equip its manufacturing facility here, creating up to 22 new jobs by 2017. The company is installing multi-axis CNC equipment in the coming weeks, with plans to begin insourcing production of CNC-machined parts.
LAFAYETTE, IN—GE Aviation is building a $100 million jet engine assembly plant here to produce its next-generation engine for passenger jets.
MISHAWAKA, IN––Humvee manufacturer AM General is recalling 210 hourly and salaried employees to its assembly plant here.
PIERCETON, IN—Auto parts supplier Shiloh Die Cast Midwest will invest $7.8 million to expand two of its northern Indiana plants, creating about 145 new jobs by 2018.
BRISTOL, IN—Satellite Industries Inc., a supplier of portable sanitation equipment, will locate its manufacturing and operations center here, creating up to 70 new jobs by 2017.