Manufacturing center funded in Indiana

The House of Representatives passed a bill providing $500,000 for the Columbus Enterprise Development Center to design and build a 50,000-square-foot center for engineering and manufacturing excellence in Columbus’ Certified Technology Park. “It is my hope that we will see continued growth, expansion and success at the CEDC, especially in manufacturing cutting-edge technology,&#8221...
By Staff July 1, 2006

The House of Representatives passed a bill providing $500,000 for the Columbus Enterprise Development Center to design and build a 50,000-square-foot center for engineering and manufacturing excellence in Columbus’ Certified Technology Park.

“It is my hope that we will see continued growth, expansion and success at the CEDC, especially in manufacturing cutting-edge technology,” said U.S. Rep Mike Sodrel (R-IN).

The CEDC is a nonprofit corporation that uses public and private funds to support new and expanding small businesses in the Columbus area. It typically assists in the startup of 35 new businesses a year.