Whitley County EDC
The Whitley County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) works with regional and state partners to support and encourage our clients’ business development efforts. Whitley County continues to take a progressive approach to economic development, for instance creating and supporting one of the largest Tax Increment Finance (TIF) Districts in the State of Indiana.
Whitley County is located in Northeast Indiana, less than 20 miles from both Fort Wayne, the 2nd largest city in Indiana, and Warsaw, the orthopedics capital of the world. Whitley County companies enjoy access to over 50% of the nation's Customer, Industrial and Transportation Manufacturing bases within 600 miles.
Indiana has the lowest business costs and is considered the best state for business in the Midwest. Recently the state has eliminated the inventory tax and capped property taxes, and the state also has tax credits to encourage job creation, capital investment and R&D activities.
In Whitley County, our client companies find the right location, business climate, workforce, and incentives to grow and succeed.
Call or email today to find out how we can assist your business development needs!
- PDQ Workholding LLC
PDQ Workholding LLC (PDQ Workholding) announced today that the company is continuing to expand its Whitley County operations. PDQ Workholding, a manufacturer of hydraulic fixtures and workholding solutions for the CNC machining industry, works with a global customer base from its Whitley County operations.Read More
- Solstice Medical Expanding
Solstice Medical LLC announced today the company is locating its operations at a new, state-of-the-art facility in Park 30 Business Center and anticipates adding 10-15 new jobs by mid-2013.Read More
- Impact CNC to locate in Whitley Co.
Impact CNC, LLC, a production machining company, announced plans today to establish a new facility here, creating up to 106 new jobs by 2014.Read More
- EDC Recognized for Excellence
The Whitley County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) recently received “Best in the Midwest” recognition for its Talking Points newsletter from the Mid-America Economic Development Council (MAEDC).Read More