What Companies are Investing in Right to Work Indiana?

Four companies that are investing in Right to Work Indiana include Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Amazon, Sailrite, and Ninth Avenue Foods. Half of these will be new locations while the others are investing in expansions. Altogether, these businesses will create a total of 2,561 new jobs for the state. So this is good news for the economy!

Read on to find out more about each investment.

Toyota Motor Manufacturing:

Toyota Motor Manufacturing will soon be investing $803 million toward an expansion in Right to Work Princeton, Indiana, creating around 1,400 new jobs.

“Toyota has been an incredible partner to the state of Indiana for nearly 25 years. We’re thrilled to continue that partnership in order to drive our economy forward. […] Indiana is proud to be home to the highest concentration of manufacturing jobs in the nation, while providing a skilled workforce that is contributing to the success of companies across a variety of industries. I can’t thank Toyota enough for the role they play in the strength of our manufacturing sector.”



Amazon is adding a new fulfillment center in Right to Work Fort Wayne, Indiana. This will create 1,000 new jobs for the area!

“We are proud to be bringing our newest Amazon Robotics facility to the city of Fort Wayne along with over 1,000 new, full-time jobs that provide great pay, benefits, and a safe work environment for our employees. […] Since 2010, Amazon has invested over $11.9 billion in the state through its local fulfillment center and cloud infrastructure, research facilities, and compensation to thousands of employees in the state. Indiana has been a source of exceptional talent for Amazon. We’re excited to continue our growth by adding additional job opportunities on top of the 20,000 current Amazon employees working across the Hoosier state.”


Sailrite Enterprises:

Sailrite Enterprises is investing $3.25 million toward an expansion in Right to Work Columbia City, Indiana. This will create 50 new jobs!

“Indiana’s business-friendly climate and skilled workforce continue to make Indiana the perfect place for companies like Sailrite to grow and thrive. […] We’re excited Sailrite is choosing to propel its growth in Indiana and grateful for the company’s commitment to creating quality career opportunities in northeast Indiana.”


Ninth Avenue Foods:

Ninth Avenue Foods plans to create 111 new jobs for those in Right to Work Columbus, Indiana as a result of a $103 million investment toward new headquarters.

“After searching many locations in multiple states, Columbus, Indiana [is] the perfect fit for our growing company. […] We wanted to expand to the Midwest, and for many reasons, Indiana and specifically Columbus, stood out. Friendly people, a growing community and high-quality workforce were all factors in our decision. We are excited to become a part of this vibrant and welcoming, family-friendly community and look forward to opportunities for expansion and growth.”


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