INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Texas jobs coming to Indiana

2014-05-15T12:26:00Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Texas jobs coming to IndianaGerry Dick Inside Indiana Business
May 15, 2014 12:26 pm  • 

A South Bend-headquartered company is planning to move a massive operation from Texas to Indiana. Steel tower manufacturer Nello Corp. Inc. says it will relocate operations from Fort Worth to South Bend, creating nearly 640 Hoosier jobs by 2023. The company plans to begin hiring manufacturing, information technology and engineering positions next year that pay around $16 per hour. Nello also has two manufacturing facilities in Bremen.

Rushville Manufacturer Expanding

INTAT Precision Inc. has announced plans to expand its Rushville operations and create up to 40 jobs by 2016. The subsidiary of Japan-based Aisin Group Companies says it will invest more than $22 million in the project.

IU Delegation Heading to Asia

Indiana University President Michael McRobbie will lead a university delegation to Asia. The trip will include the opening of a new IU office in China and the signing of multiple agreements with higher education institutions. The group is set to leave this weekend.

State to Dedicate New Recreation Area

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources will dedicate the new 200-acre Trine State Recreation Area this afternoon. The Steuben County site includes a dozen rental cabins, a welcome center and conference amenities.

Mad Anthonys Names Red Coat Recipients

Mad Anthonys in Fort Wayne has named Gov. Mike Pence and Kelley Automotive Group President Tom Kelley its 2014 Red Coat recipients. The two will be honored at the organization's charity golf event in August.

Moseley to Retire at Franklin College

Franklin College President James Moseley is planning to retire in June of next year. He has led the university since 2002. Moseley has overseen improvements including a nearly $6 million sports complex expansion.

Study Committees Set

The Indiana Legislative Council has announced study committee topics resulting from the 2014 session of the General Assembly. The panels will examine subjects including early childhood education and digital privacy.

Positive Results For Potential Lilly Treatment

Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. says a potential treatment for a certain type of lung cancer has resulted in a "statistically significant" improvement in overall survival during a late-stage trial. The company says it plans to submit necitumumab to regulators by the end of the year.

Comcast, Charter Announce Head of Spinoff

Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications Inc. have announced the leader of a proposed spinoff that will serve cable subscribers in Indiana. Michael Willner will be president and chief executive officer of the new company.

RV Maker Names COO

K-Z Inc. in Shipshewana has named Aram Koltookian chief operating officer. In the newly-created role, he will focus on product development, innovation and dealer relations.

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