Central Indiana Update

Mayer, Kathy
April 2005
Indiana Business Magazine;Apr2005, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p74
The article presents news related to manufacturing, distribution and technological development in Central Indiana. It informs that Suros Surgical Systems Inc. has built a new headquarters in Northwest Technology Park just north of Indianapolis, where it's using $12 million in new venture capital to triple production capacity The company makes a breast biopsy system for minimally invasive procedures. It expects to employ 300 by 2007. Printing and graphics firm Pratt Corp. invested $6.5 million to refurbish the former Maytag building at 30th Street and Shadeland Avenue, giving it expanded space.


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