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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 [...]

Firm to get tax deal for facility; Unanimous vote by council will allow $1.25 million project

March 3rd, 2017|

A local manufacturer of steel coil wire has plans to build a new warehouse in Seymour’s Eastside Industrial Park. O&k American Corp. will invest an estimated $1.25 million this year to construct the building on the west side of its plant at 1625 Bateman Drive. Raw materials and other items needed to produce wire for [...]

TECH PARK EXPANDS IN SEYMOUR

October 27th, 2016|

Seymour has expanded the boundaries of its certified tech park to generate funding for the Jackson County Learning Center. Four years ago, the city was granted the tech park designation by the state as a result of the Cummings Engine Hedgehog project, said Jim Plump, executive director of Jackson County Industrial Development Corporation. A tech [...]

JCIDC Hosts “Reports, Reviews & Rewards” Luncheon

September 9th, 2016|

Jackson County Industrial Development Corporation (JCIDC) hosted its annual reception with a "Reports, Reviews & Rewards" luncheon at the Pines Evergreen Room on Sept. 9, 2016. The "Reports" part of the event featured Gerry Dick, President  of Grow Indiana Media Ventures, and Host and Creator of Inside Indiana Business, who spoke about the Indiana economy, [...]

Major Projects for Rose Acre Farms, Kremers Urban

August 29th, 2016|

Two companies received approval from Seymour City Council for tax abatement on projects totaling more than $22 million. Kremers Urban Pharmaceuticals, purchased by Lannett  Co. Inc. in 2015, plans to invest $20 million to purchase new equipment to produce specialty generic medications, and an additional $1.8 million in logistics and distribution equipment. Rose Acre Farms, [...]

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