Two companies are planning expansions soon in Right to Work Indiana. These are Fitesa and Milestone Business Solutions.
Fitesa will be expanding in Terre Haute, while Milestone Business Solutions will be expanding in Indianapolis. Altogether, these two businesses will create 87 new jobs. So both of these investments will be good for the state’s economy! Read on so you can find out more about each investment!
Fitesa is investing $19.2 million toward an expansion in Right to Work Terre Haute, Indiana. This will create 34 new jobs for the area!
“Fitesa’s growth in the health care market amidst a global pandemic reinforces our commitment to the communities in which we operate, customers we serve and society as a whole. […] We are pleased to be expanding the Indiana facility and preparing it for continued success now and in the future. Fitesa is a strategic player that focuses on investments with a view to hold them for the long term.” […]
“For companies looking to make advancements in the manufacturing sector, Indiana offers a supportive business environment with benefits for employees and businesses. […] The advanced manufacturing industry employs 1 in 5 Hoosiers, offering quality careers and providing career growth potential. We are proud to have Fitesa on our list of growing Indiana manufacturers and look forward to supporting them for years to come.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Milestone Business Solutions:
Milestone Business Solutions is expanding in Right to Work Indianapolis, Indiana with a $171,500 investment that will create 53 new jobs.
“We have a vibrant ecosystem for entrepreneurial companies in Indiana, as well as access to top talent. […] Over the years, I have experienced firsthand how companies across the country are drawn to the work ethic and positive attitude of Hoosiers. I believe we can build a largely Indiana-based team with a national focus and operate with a competitive advantage.” […]
“Home to a thriving startup ecosystem, central Indiana is the perfect place for companies like Milestone to grow operations while providing critical services to support other growing businesses. […] It’s exciting to see the company linking businesses with talent while also creating more job opportunities for Hoosiers.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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