noimage100.jpgSt. Joe - Nucor Fastener Announces Expansion Plans
Nucor Fastener in St. Joe, DeKalb County, Indiana recently announced plans of a $4M, 40,000 sq. ft. expansion along with an additional $4.58M to be spent on equipment.  The total investment involves a $23.2M, three year plan that includes expanding the plant in three directions, additional equipment purchases and the creation of 20 to 30 jobs by 2015.
noimage100.jpgThree DeKalb County Certified Sites Designated 'Shovel Ready'
The State of Indiana has designated three DeKalb County certified sites as shovel ready.  Indiana Shovel Ready Program allows for businesses and site consultants to select sites that are available and ready for development.
noimage100.jpgAshley Grants Tax Abatement to K-CoPack
A 10-year tax abatement was recently approved by the Ashley Town Council to K-CoPack, a full service, custom packaging company established in 2010.  Current sales for the company are at 2.9 million dollars.
noimage100.jpgMossberg Industries Granted Tax Abatement
Mossberg Industries, Garrett, Indiana was granted a tax abatement following a unanimous vote by the City of Garrett Common Council.  The company plans to invest $250,000 in new equipment and $1.9 million in real estate improvements.
noimage100.jpgDeKalb County Places 9th Among 10 Healthiest Counties in Indiana
DeKalb County places 9th in the top ten healthiest counties in the State of Indiana, according to results from the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps 2012 County Health Rankings Project. 
noimage100.jpgCole Foundation Supports Local Economic Development
The Olive B. Cole Foundation approved four grants to four local economic development organizations in DeKalb, LaGrange, Noble an Steuben counties in the amount of $10,000 per year for a three year period.
noimage100.jpgAshley's Family Dollar Project Earns National Award
Family Dollar Stores, Inc.'s new distribution facility in Ashley has received national recognition as a winner of Trade & Industry Development magaine's seventh annual Corporate Investment and Community Impact Awards.
noimage100.jpgDeKalb Eastern School District Leads Area in High Academic Growth
High School students attaining high academic growth had reason to celebrate at DeKalb Eastern School District, leading the area in achievement, according to recent scores.
noimage100.jpgDeKalb County Recognizes 2011 Business Success
A total of 31 businesses in DeKalb County were recognized at the DeKalb County Business Expansion Awards and New Business Recognition Breakfast, recently held at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum on February 24th, 2012.
noimage100.jpgMetal Technologies Investing $29 Million
A $35 million tax abatement for Metal Technologies was unanimously approved by the Auburn City Council in January 2012 and the company pledges to create 42 new jobs along with dedicating $29 million to new equipment and $6 million on building expansions by 2014.
noimage100.jpgScot Industries Development Plan Approved
Scot Industries, manufacturer of hydraulic cylinder tubing and chrome-plated piston rods, to bring 65 jobs to DeKalb County, Indiana
noimage100.jpgMultimatic in Butler Adding 50 Jobs
Multimatic located in Butler,  DeKalb County, Indiana adding 50 jobs received a 10-year tax abatement on manufacturing equipment worth $5.6 million. 
noimage100.jpgE-Collar Technology, Inc. Bringing Jobs to Garrett
E-Collar Technology, Inc., is bringing up to 175 jobs in the next five years to Garrett, Indiana and receives a 10 year tax abatement, approved by the Garrett Common Council.
noimage100.jpgDeKalb Central to Become New Tech High School
DeKalb County Central United School District announces they will become the sixth New Tech in the region.
noimage100.jpgIndiana Companies To Watch Honors DeKalb Businesses
Indiana Economic Development Corporation's 4th annual "Indiana Companies To Watch" selected two DeKalb County companies to honor among 43 outstanding businesses and over 300 nominations from 18 counties: DeKalb Molded Plastics in Butler and Team Quality Services in Auburn, DeKalb County, Indiana
noimage100.jpgSteel Bar Producer to Establish New Auburn Facility
Scot Industries, Inc., a steel tube and bar manufacturer will establish a new production facility in Auburn, DeKalb County, Indiana and create up to 65 new jobs by 2014. 
noimage100.jpgDeKalb Molded Plastics Plans Expansion
A Butler-based manufacturer of molded foam and plastic products has unveiled plans to add 20 jobs by 2014. DeKalb Molded Plastics Compmany says it intends to invest more than $1.2 million to purchase additional space and new equipment. The company current has more than 70 workers.
noimage100.jpgWestern Power Sports Locating Distribution Center in Ashley
noimage100.jpgFamily Dollar Stores, Inc. Locating Distribution Facility in Ashley
noimage100.jpgFurnace Parts Manufacturer to Expand its Auburn Operations
Heating system parts manufacturer, Specialized Component Parts Limited, Inc. (SCP) announced today it will expand its Auburn operations, creating 30 new jobs by 2012.
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