The Crossing, a private school in Argos, is launching a maintenance training program.
TOPP Industries was granted a tax abatement on $520,000 capital investment into new equipment at their Argos facility.
Culver one of ten cities recognized with "Walk Friendly" designation.
Culver Tool and Engineering, Inc. (CTE Solutions) was approved by the Plymouth City Council for Real Estate and Personal Property in conjunction with their estimated $10 MM capital investment.
LA Poly Inc. was recently approved for a tax abatement by the Plymouth City Council on their $2 MM investment in the vacant Bay Valley Foods Building.
Marshall County manufacturers NISCO, TJ Snuggles and Creative Foam change production lines to create much needed items during COVID-19 pandemic.
The 4th Annual Made in Marshall County event was held at Swan Lake Resort with students from eight area schools took part.
The City of Plymouth approves tax abatement for $6.5 million project at Zentis North America.
The Marshall County Commissioners entered into an agreement with MCEDC to develop a new manufacturing center in Plymouth.
Marshall County Crossroads receives Stellar Communities designation
Indiana Wheel Company is taking applications for several positions
The Marshall County Crossroads Stellar Committee delivered the Regional Development Plans downstate.
Construction continues in Argos, Indiana at the site of Sequel Wire and Cable.
AK Industries is seeking a tax abatement on $2 million expansion. Plymouth Common Council approves Economic Revitalization Area.
Sequel Wire and Cable, start-up manufacturer, announced plans to make a $53 million combined investment in a new manufacturing facility and production equipment that is expected to create up to 120 new jobs.
The recent announcement of a $71 million expansion by Pretzels, Inc., at their existing site in Plymouth is the most recent reflection of confidence in the streamlined, business-friendly environment in Marshall County and the city of Plymouth as a good place to invest and bring new jobs.
Culver Tool and Engineering, Inc., also known as CTE Solutions, operating for over 69 years, has announced a $3.7 million expansion to accommodate business growth with a new facility just north of its existing building in Plymouth. The expansion comes as a result of the City of Plymouth approving a real and personal property tax abatement for CTE Solutions.
Sand Hill Farm is a Regional Cities funded project that served as the cornerstone for Culvers Stellar Designation. The project will advance quality of life and provide vital workforce housing to support the towns largest employers. Sand Hill Farm has its roots in Culvers comprehensive plan with the goal of transforming the community to support employers, employees, and future residents with ample year-round housing options.
One of Plymouth's largest employers, Hoosier Racing Tire Corporation, has announced a $2.8 million expansion to build capacity as they expand into a new, global market. This expansion is supported by a tax abatement from the Plymouth City Council and represents the company's first step into the two-wheel racing market.
Indiana Wheel Company (IWC), a startup manufacturer that has roots with the largest steel wheel manufacturer in China, announced plans to launch operations in Plymouth. The move establishes Marshall County as a prime location for re-shoring companies. IWC plans to invest approximately $23 million in the expansion and plans to create nearly 117 jobs by 2022.