Steel fabricating company announces plans to close its Lafayette plant

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) -- Metal fabricator Voestalpine Rotec [...]

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Vincennes University receives Caterpillar Foundation grant

The Vincennes University Advanced Internship in Manufacturing program plans to use a $100,000 grant from the Caterpillar Foundation to upgrade laboratory equipment in Lafayette. The university says the grant will provide industrial automation maintenance students exposure to Industry 4.0 and access to technology.

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IU Study: Nonprofit Employment Stabilizes Regional Economies

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) -- A series of economic [...]

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Coca-Cola bottler ceasing Lafayette operations

North Carolina-based Coca-Cola Consolidated says it is consolidating a number of locations into its new automated distribution center in Whitestown, which will affect workers in Tippecanoe County.

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Wabash National selling Beall Tank Trailers

Lafayette-based Wabash National Corp (NYSE: WNC) has announced its intention to sell its Beall brand of tank trailers and assets to MAC Trailer Enterprises in Ohio. Beall specializes in manufacturing aluminum tank trailers for the dry bulk and petroleum industries.

Subaru of Indiana awards grants

Nonprofit organizations in seven Indiana counties will receive grants from Subaru of Indiana Automotive in Lafayette. The capital grants total more than $135,000 for arts and culture, health and welfare, or education initiatives.