Liberation Labs Makes Right to Work Indiana Investment


Liberation Labs is investing $115 million in order to establish a new facility in Right to Work Richmond, Indiana. But this won’t be any new location – it will serve as the company’s first ever commercial-scale biomanufacturing lab. As a result, they will create 45 new jobs.

From Area Development Magazine:

“The three things a biomanufacturing facility like ours needs are sugar, power and people, and Richmond, Indiana, has them all. […] While sugar and power are commodities, a workforce experienced in manufacturing is not, which is why Richmond really stands out. We are thankful for the support the state and the local community have provided us, and we can’t wait to break ground.” […]

“Next generation technology is critical to future food security for people everywhere, and I am proud that Indiana is leading the charge. […] We are excited to welcome Liberation Labs to our growing agbiosciences ecosystem. Liberation Labs will continue to enable companies to innovate while creating high-paying, quality career opportunities for Hoosiers.”


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