HAMMOND | Layoffs at Amsted Rail are occurring later and may affect fewer employees than originally projected.
Hammond city officials hope the corporate parent of ASF-Keystone can avoid layoffs that the company warned may be necessary as a result of a downturn in business.
HAMMOND | A subsidiary of Amsted Rail Inc. plans to reduce its workforce by 94 employees as a result of business conditions, according to a notice sent to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
HAMMOND | Amsted Rail will receive a property tax break on a $7.7 million renovation the company is making to its Hohman Avenue facility.
HAMMOND | The Hammond City Council will discuss a tax break for Amsted Rail tonight.
As our region continues emerging from the throes of a stormy nationwide economic climate, our communities must do all they can to hold on to the business and industry they have and cultivate it as best they can.
HAMMOND | Amsted Rail is petitioning Hammond for a property tax break on renovations the company has planned for its location on Hohman Avenue.
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