In an article published yesterday, “Study: Indiana Tops for Advanced Manufacturing”, Inside Indiana Business states that Indiana has the largest share of advanced manufacturing employment in the country.
“Advanced manufacturing is getting more technical and more people are going from the shop floor into CAD design rooms and that sort of thing,” says Hicks, Professor of Economics and Business Research and Director at Ball State’s Miller College of Business. “I think the study really points toward a stronger STEM education at the two-year technical community college level and maybe more college graduates in engineering and sciences.”
Allied Automation is as proud today to be a part of the thriving Indiana economy as we have been for the past 35 years. We are committed to keeping local manufacturing and process industries local. Our mission at Allied is to provide innovative manufacturing and process automation solutions to local companies striving to advance their competitive edge and profitability in a global economy through the reliable delivery of a comprehensive range of quality products, friendly and knowledgeable support, engineering assistance and technical training.
Our congratulations go out to the hardworking employees and businesses who have made Indiana a great place to live, work and thrive. May our collective future be as bright as our present.