What Companies are Investing in Right to Work Indiana?

Many companies are investing in Right to Work Indiana! These include RAZOR Medical Instruments, Vertex Intelligence, Blue Jay Supplies, and Adranos.

RAZOR Medical Supplies, as well as Adranos will be adding new locations here. In particular, RAZOR will be relocating from New Hampshire and settling in Warsaw. Meanwhile, Adranos is adding a new facility in West Lafayette.

Vertex Intelligence and Blue Jay Supplies are not new to Indiana, but thanks to the state’s economic benefits, they are expanding. Blue Jay Supplies just recently finished their expansion in Sandborn. Vertex Intelligence will soon be expanding in Zionsville.

Altogether, these four companies will create 178 new jobs across the state. Read on to find out what people are saying about these investments!

RAZOR Medical Instruments:

“Indiana’s life sciences industry is strong and growing, ranking second in the U.S. for critical exports like pharmaceuticals, medical devices and orthopedics. […] RAZOR’s commitment to move its headquarters and grow in our state shows the confidence the company has in [us]. We’re thrilled to welcome RAZOR to Indiana and grateful for the new career opportunities for Hoosiers.”

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Vertex Intelligence:

“Innovative companies like Vertex Intelligence are finding that Indiana’s supportive environment and stable business climate makes the state an attractive place to develop and grow. […] We’re excited to see Vertex Intelligence’s growth in Zionsville and are grateful for the company creating quality career opportunities for Hoosiers.”

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Blue Jay Supplies

“Indiana’s manufacturing industry is critical to our state’s economy and success, and growing manufacturers like Blue Jay Supplies play an important role in creating not only quality products, but career opportunities for Hoosiers. […]”

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Adranos:

“Indiana [commits] to embracing disruptive technology like Adranos’s ALITEC to bolster its economic industries and position the state for long-term global competitiveness and economic growth in the defense sector. […] Indiana is ranked No. 1 in the nation in tech job growth among small firms, and as a state, we’ll continue supporting innovative companies like Adranos and securing our spot as a top place to grow and innovate.”

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