National Association Of Manufacturers
The Indiana Association of Manufacturers said Tuesday that Indiana companies will have to spend $7.3 billion on upfront capital expenditures and $1.2 billion annually to comply with three proposed federal environmental rules impacting air emissions, water use and the disposal of coal ash.
PORTAGE | While walking around stacks of steel coils near processing machines Friday, John Hirt beamed with pride while leading people around his company's flagship processing facility.
Manufacturing, workforce and education organizations are hosting an event in Michigan City next week as part of an initiative to change the perception that manufacturing isn't a viable career path.
Three national business trade organizations are challenging a new labor rule requiring employers to post information notifying employees of their rights, including the right to form a union.
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