FISHERS, Ind. (Oct. 1, 2020) – Project Process LLC (Project Process), a Fishers-based startup specializing in custom hand-washing stations for hospital patients, announced plans today to grow its operations in Indiana to support the development of the company’s new hand sanitizing technology.
“Across the state, startups, small businesses and large corporations alike have been shifting gears and increasing production in response to COVID-19, supporting immediate and ongoing recovery efforts,” said Indiana Secretary of Commerce Jim Schellinger. “Project Process is yet another example of the resilience of Hoosier businesses, and Indiana is the perfect place for the company to grow thanks to our innovative and committed talent and our entrepreneur-friendly environment that ranks No. 1 in the Midwest and No. 6 in the U.S.”
Founded in 2016, Project Process will invest $584,000 to expand its operations at the Indiana IoT Lab – Fishers at 9059 Technology Lane. The company will initially lease and equip office space and utilize the facility’s 25,000-square-foot laboratory to support its ramp up in central Indiana, with plans to evaluate options for growing its footprint as production increases. The company is currently partnering with Purdue University to beta test its portable hand-washing units at Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield, Grace at Home patient sites, and varying end user scenarios, while garnering interest from other health systems as the pandemic further emphasizes the importance of hand washing using soap and water to reduce the spread of infectious diseases.
KSM Location Advisors is pleased to have negotiated $285,000 in incentives for Project Process.