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Paris, June 17th, 2019 – Saft has acquired 100 percent of the shares of Go Electric Inc., a leading US-based developer of distributed energy resiliency solutions for microgrids and Commercial & Industrial customers.
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin | Jun 8, 2019
ANDERSON — The second group of graduates from the Anderson Advanced Manufacturing Program will start a new chapter in their lives.
Project to help applicants to upgrade their workforce skills
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin | March 5, 2019
ANDERSON – The orientation session for the first class to prepare local residents for advanced manufacturing jobs is set for Friday.
City giving $120,000 for program
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin | Feb 11, 2019
ANDERSON – Helping to prepare local residents for advanced manufacturing jobs is the goal of a new program unveiled by Anderson Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr.
Company planning for future expansion
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin
Company plans to double size of plant by 2018
By Alex Brown, Multimedia Journalist
Aug 25, 2017By Andy Ober, Assistant Managing Editor
Company provides $10,000 for two ACS scholarships
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin | Jun 7, 2017
Potential anchor store being sought
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin | May 30, 2017
ANDERSON — City leaders continued their efforts this past week to attract retailers to the former Edgewood Plaza area.
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin | May 13, 2017
ANDERSON — Eight communities served by the Indiana Municipal Power Agency may soon have a new tool in their economic development tool box.
In partnership with public and private organizations, Anderson University has launched Anderson Now, a program designed to offer school loan repayment for graduates of Indiana colleges and universities who start or relocate a business in Anderson, Ind.
By Dan McGowan, Senior Writer/Reporter, Inside INdiana Business
ANDERSON - The executive director of the Madison County Corp. for Economic Development says the organization is turning to "purposeful" marketing in an attempt to pursue business and jobs.
Technology education moving into the future of Anderson
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin Jan 9, 2017
Flagship Enterprise Center (Anderson, IN) announced its Loan Program has exceeded the $10 million mark in total loans closed.
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin | Aug 10, 2016
ANDERSON – With the shell of the building that will house the Italpollina factory and U.S. headquarters in the background, CEO Luca Bonini said this is the first step.
Co-working space looks to offer community, camaraderie for local entrepreneurs
By Christopher Stephens | The Herald Bulletin | July 31, 2016
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin June 27, 2016
ANDERSON – Work has started on the removal of underground storage tanks at the site of a former gas station on the west side of Edgewood Plaza.
$17 million facility to open in January
By Ken de la Bastide | The Herald Bulletin | Jun 10, 2016
SMC Corporation of America, a leading global pneumatics and industrial automation components manufacturer, has made an in-kind donation to Purdue Polytechnic Institute Anderson to support its new campus under construction in Anderson, Indiana.
(Anderson, IN)—Anderson Municipal Airport- Darlington Field (KAID) recently announced they have taken a leadership position in aviation fuels by augmenting operations to support the sale of unleaded avgas.
By Ken de la Bastide The Herald Bulletin Mar 13, 2016
ANDERSON — A company that started operations in Anderson in 2011 has received a $4 million investment.
Mayor Thomas Broderick and Luca Bonini, Italpollina’s chief executive officer, proudly announce the arrival of Italpollina’s North American headquarters to Anderson, Indiana.
The City of Anderson is pleased to invite Anderson residents to City Hall for the HireAnderson Job Fair on October 14, 2015 from 11am to 3pm.
Official: New facility will help redefine higher education
By Stuart Hirsch | The Herald Bulletin | Sep 15, 2015
The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) teaches middle and high school go-getters how to start and run their own, REAL businesses. Start as a student, finish as a CEO! Students ages 11 to 18 and in grades six through 12 are eligible to apply.
The City of Anderson Board of Public Works has awarded a contract for the design work to construct the second electrical power substation for the Flagship Industrial Park.
Community Health Network broke ground on what will be a health pavilion by the end of 2016. The $8.6 million project will result in a pavilion that will be 68,000 square feet.
Anderson’s manufacturing foundation continues to expand, often due to the Anderson workforce and its manufacturing experience.
NTN USA, Inc., a subsidiary of NTN Corporation, a Japan-based multinational corporation, has filed the necessary paperwork for property tax abatements to support a new production facility in Anderson, Indiana.
ANDERSON – After a year of effort, Anderson will become home to Indiana's first Purdue Polytechnic and Maker Space.
The Anderson Economic Development Commission and Anderson City Council both approved on Thursday the issuance of up to $15 million in bonds to cover the cost of construction.
ANDERSON – With the shell of the new Sirmax building rising as a backdrop, the new manufacturing facility was celebrated Wednesday by city, state and company officials including Gov. Mike Pence.
Sirmax is investing $25 million and is to employ 50 workers. It is the first North American manufacturing plant for the Italy-based company which also has operations in Brazil.
ANDERSON, Ind. (March 10, 2015) – Royal Interpack North America Inc. (RPNA), a manufacturer of recycled plastic rigid food packaging, announced plans today to locate its operations here, creating up to 135 new jobs by 2018.
By Ken de la Bastide The Herald Bulletin
ANDERSON – The first steps were taken toward the construction of a building for an Italian company to begin operations in Anderson by the end of the year.
At the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Governor Mike Pence and Massimo Pavin, Sirmax’s chief executive officer, and Mayor Kevin Smith announced the arrival of Sirmax North America, Inc. to Anderson, Indiana.
Gov. Mike Pence and Anderson officials announced at the Detroit Auto Show that Sirmax North America, Inc. will be locating its first North American plant in Anderson.
Contracts to resolve environmental and legal issues surrounding the development of a portion of the former Guide Corp. property have been approved by the Anderson Board of Public Works.
A dream that started in 1976 to have a presence in America reached another stage for an Italian family Friday with the official opening of Tecnoplast USA at the Flagship Enterprise Center.
The company was originally located in Fishers, but after two expansions, the owners were ready to build a new facility. The move to Anderson brought them closer to a workforce where the skill sets of employees can readily met its needs.