Projected new recreational vehicle shipments in 2020 are projected to top the previous year’s total by 4.5%.
Bioscience company Aquagenics Technologies is investing $10 million in Michigan City, which could bring as many as 100 new jobs.
Higher education works with companies as more automation creates need for specialized workforce. Experts in the field lend insight into the past, present and future of such advances in manufacturing.
There was no shortage of interest when UGN Inc. announced it was hosting a job fair to fill 50 openings at its Valparaiso facility.
Steelmaker Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement with ArcelorMittal S.A. to buy all operations of ArcelorMittal USA LLC and its subsidiaries in a deal estimated at $1.4 billion.
The pandemic’s impact on the economy and high unemployment have not dampened optimism among Indiana’s manufacturers.
Marshall County area officials and economic development professionals are hopeful a ready-to-move-in manufacturing facility will bring in a business seeking to get up and running quickly.
A new $3.8 million Ivy Tech facility in Elkhart County will offer more opportunities for people to learn advanced manufacturing skills.
Indiana’s manufacturing and logistics sectors continue to flourish despite job losses the past 18 months, a new Ball State University report said.
ArcelorMittal’s research in developing processes to use less energy in steel production secured a major boost.