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Schneck Medical Continues Expansion

October 4th, 2017|

Making room for more doctors Schneck Medical Center in Seymour, Jackson County, Indiana, plans to spend $44 million in the next couple of years to provide better access to health care. The need for improving that access by adding 30 doctors and a 5-story building to house them was determined through a process that began [...]

New Company Coming to Eastside Industrial Park

August 16th, 2017|

A Midwest business plans to open a warehouse and service office in Seymour's Eastside Industrial Park. BTS5 Inc. of Chicago expects to be up and running within the next 90 days. The company supplies counter-weights and other products for forklifts and agricultural and construction uses. Customers include Toyota, Hyster-Yale Group, Caterpiller, UniCarriers and Terex. Brian [...]

High-Speed Broadband Coming to Rural Jackson County

June 25th, 2017|

Jackson County REMC plans to deliver service to customers in 10 counties, including rural parts of Jackson County, Indiana served by REMC. The member-owned rural electric cooperative's plans to make high-speed broadband service available to all of its customers through a fiber-to-the-home connection could have broader implications for southern Indiana. Those include attracting new businesses [...]

Council Approves Tax Credits for Business

June 12th, 2017|

IST plans $600,000 update investment E&H Tubing, dba Indiana Steel & Tube (IST) will make improvements in equipment and technology with a $600,000 investment for installation of new manufacturing equipment. In June, Brownstown Town Council approved 10-year abatement on that investment. In April, the Council had approved a 3-year abatement for $200,000 for the installation [...]

Aisin USA To Invest $31 Million, Add Jobs

May 9th, 2017|

Aisin USA Manufacturing in Seymour, Indiana, has plans to invest more than $31 million at both its Seymour plants over the next two years. Company representatives attended the May 8th Seymour City Council meeting to request tax abatement on the investment which will include both real estate improvements and new manufacturing equipment to produce automotive [...]

Seymour, IN Council Grants 2 Abatements

April 3rd, 2017|

Cummins Inc. has plans to spend $2.28 million this year in capital expenses as part of its ongoing growth and expansion of the Seymour Engine Plant and Technical Center on Fourth St. in Seymour. Seymour City Council approved 2 tax abatements for the company, allowing Cummins to phase in paying taxes on the investment incrementally [...]

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