A majority of Indiana manufacturers surveyed believe they will survive the economic uncertainties created by the pandemic.
A near century-old family-owned Pulaski County company is among the 2020 inductees to the Indiana Manufacturers Association Hall of Fame.
South Bend-based Elkhart Plastics Inc. has been purchased by Myers Industries Inc. of Akron, Ohio.
A nearly $14 million investment by Illinois-based Hearthside Food Solutions in its Michigan City facility is expected to create 50 new jobs.
The Hammond Area Career Center’s new precision machining academy now is a certified Indiana State Earn and Learn site.
Several businesses across Northern Indiana have received a share of $3 million in state grants designed to encourage manufacturers to invest in their operations to drive growth.
Midwest Truck & Auto Parts has taken its next step to opening for business in the Region.
A new subsidiary of a Chicago-based architectural building enclosure firm could bring up to 112 new jobs to Porter County over the next few years.
The cyber security knowledge of two Ivy Tech Community College students stood out at a recent national cybersecurity competition.
Exponential growth in online commerce is reshaping the Region’s future transportation and warehousing needs.