Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

September 11, 2013

Inside Indiana Business

Greensburg Daily News

---- — Airline to build maintenance facility

SkyWest Airlines has announced plans to open a maintenance center at South Bend Airport. The company says the facility will begin operations in a matter of months and create 40 jobs.

Swift Fuels to cut ribbon on facility

Purdue Research Park-based Swift Fuels LLC is planning to cut the ribbon on one new operation and break ground on another. City and company officials will mark the opening of the aviation fuel blending facility Friday and begin construction on a renewable fuels pilot plant the same morning.

Frontier plans to fill 55 openings

Frontier Communications (Nasdaq: FTR) is looking to add more than 50 employees at a Fort Wayne call center. The company is planning to hold a career fair Thursday where it will accept applications for sales and service positions.

Kokomo to rename City Hall

Kokomo’s City Hall is set to be renamed later this month in honor of its youngest elected mayor. It will be called the Stephen J. Daily Government Center.

Wabash signs research pact

Wabash College has signed an agreement with a university in Peru. The schools say the formal relationship will focus on future research and health projects, including student and faculty exchanges.

Bluelock appoints CEO

Indianapolis-based Bluelock has named Martin Van Buren chief operating officer. The information technology company says Van Buren previously served as a senior vice president for ITT.

OrthoWorx announces joint program

The state’s initiative to support the orthopedic industry is partnering with Grace College in Winona Lake for a Quality in Medical Devices Program. OrthoWorx says the agreement will help fill a talent gap, while addressing industry growth and quality requirements.

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