Five neighboring south central Indiana communities have, in recent months, supported the expansions of area manufacturers through available shell/spec buildings.
While the buildings were originally built to attract new companies to the area, local economic development officials tout the importance of also supporting existing companies as well. Given the success of the previous shell buildings and the region’s continued desire to welcome new companies to the area, SCIED region officials are identifying future sites and developers to construct additional facilities.
In the meantime, more than 50 industrial buildings of various sizes and over 90 build-to-suit industrial sites within the South Central Indiana Economic Development region are available for review here.
Learn more about the five expansions below:
Plastics Manufacturer Doubling Facility with Jennings County Building Acquisition (April 2019)
DENSO Products and Services Americas, Inc., to Invest $9.5 Million in River Ridge Plant, Creating 50 New Jobs (March 2019)
Logistics firm to move into new half-million-square-foot River Ridge facility (December 2018)
Local Developer to Finish 70,000 SF Shell Building in Seymour for Industrial User (June 2018)
Cummins Unveils New Test Center at Former Shell Building in Columbus (September 2018)