What’s New in Right to Work Indiana?

Aisin Drivetrain and Ember Recreational Vehicles are two companies that are investing soon in Right to Work Indiana. Aisin Drivetrain is planning an expansion in Crothersville. Meanwhile, Ember Recreational Vehicles is adding a new location in Bristol. Altogether, these two companies will create 291 new jobs. So this will be great for the economy!

Aisin Drivetrain:

Aisin Drivetrain is investing over $55 million in order to expand in Right to Work Crothersville, Indiana. This will create 141 new jobs!

“ADI is proud to be an active member of the Crothersville community and appreciates the continued support from Jason Hillenburg and the town of Crothersville. […] We strive to provide a stable, competitive and comfortable workplace for our members while providing our customers with ‘best in class’ products.” […]

“Companies like Aisin Drivetrain continue to drive our mission of bringing Indiana to the world and the world to Indiana. […] We’re committed to providing the best business environment and high-quality talent pool to ensure the company’s growth here for generations to come.”


Ember Recreational Vehicles:

Ember Recreational Vehicles is investing $4 million in order to locate to Right to Work Bristol, Indiana, where they will create 150 new jobs!

“Northern Indiana, specifically Elkhart County, has earned its title as the ‘RV Capital of the World’ honestly. […] The craftsmanship, dedication and work ethic of the local workforce has proven, over decades, to be unmatched. I, along with Ember’s three other founding partners, Chris Barth, Steve Delagrange and Ernie Miller, knew starting our company in Northern Indiana would provide a solid foundation for a successful future. We strongly felt to build a better RV, we need to build a better RV company first. We’re excited to bring a fresh approach to the RV Industry and where better to do it than Indiana?” […]

“Hoosiers are innovators, launching businesses that are developing new solutions for today’s challenges […]. Ember Recreational Vehicles is a prime example of one of those companies, finding success with the support of a strong entrepreneurial culture and a business climate that keeps taxes, expenses and regulations low while providing talent and growth opportunities.”


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