Indianapolis-based Bosma Enterprises will Friday cut the ribbon on its new $6.6 million headquarters on the city’s northwest side. The nonprofit says the 170,000 square-foot facility will allow it to expand its business lines and create meaningful job opportunities for people who are blind or visually impaired.
Bosma says the facility will will double its warehousing capacity and bring its disposable medical products packaging and logistics operations under one roof. The nonprofit last month received a $750,000 grant from United Way of Central Indiana to expand its rehabilitation center, also located on the northwest side of Indy. That project will ultimately cost a total of $1.5 million.
Bosma Enterprises Chief Executive Officer Lou Moneymaker will join Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma and representatives from Indiana’s congressional delegation, the National Industries for the Blind and the Indy Chamber the grand opening.