The pandemic appeared to have minimal impact on economic growth in Indiana.
Several manufacturers from across Northern Indiana are receiving a share of $1.5 million in state grants meant to encourage investment in the sector.
If all goes according to plan, a maker of an all-electric delivery van will start building its vehicles in the former AM General plant in Mishawaka by late 2021.
A $9.1 million investment by Elkhart-based Premium Rock is expected to create up to 74 new jobs by the end of 2024.
The state hopes awarding $650,000 in grants to three Indiana business will open more doors to work with Department of Defense contractors.
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.
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.
An Indianapolis-based organization which wants to foster more entrepreneurship around Indiana has provided a financial boost to groups around the state to further its mission.
The pandemic has not stopped Elkhart-based Marson International from moving forward with its expansion plans.
Two manufacturers from Northwest Indiana are among 20 recipients of a new state grant program designed to spark investment in manufacturing.