Tim Hollander, an executive with Toyota Motor Manufacturing, is the 2021 chair of the Indiana Manufacturers Association board.
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.
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.
The July COVID-19 survey from the Indiana Manufacturers Association revealed most respondents were optimistic about their future operations.
Indiana’s manufacturing community has an optimistic view on the sector’s long-term health.
With the world slowly getting back to business, residents and leaders continue efforts to provide support and resources for those on the front lines of the pandemic and to aid people learning to live in an environment of new restrictions.
The Indiana Manufacturers Association is accepting nominations for its annual Manufacturing Excellence Awards.
Manufacturers across Indiana have answered the call to produce personal protective equipment for those on the frontlines in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gary Larson, CFO and corporate secretary of The Ford Meter Box Co. Inc. in Wabash, is the 2020 chair of the Indiana Manufacturers Association board of directors.