Monthly Archives: June 2011

June 2011 | Page 2 of 2 | Business Facilities - Economic Development, Site Selection & Workforce Solutions


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The $3.3-million facility in Madisonville will service the company's e-commerce business, creating 95 new jobs.

Clark Plans Distribution in Kentucky

Clark Plans Distribution in Kentucky

The $3.3-million facility in Madisonville will service the company's e-commerce business, creating 95 new jobs.

Car Assembly Bringing $5 Billion to Russia

Advantages afforded to car makers by the country will help bring Russia to the forefront of the global auto market.

Planting Seeds for Growth

From the Desk of the Editor in Chief

60 Seconds with Gen. Hank Taylor, VP of Global Business Development, Charleston Regional Development Alliance

The Show Me Spirit The Home Depot store is no longer standing in Joplin, MO, but the clerks are busy selling building materials in the...

60 Seconds with Gen. Hank Taylor, VP of Global Business Development, Charleston Regional Development Alliance

The Show Me Spirit The Home Depot store is no longer standing in Joplin, MO, but the clerks are busy selling building materials in the...

When a Location has You in Their Sights

A company seeking a location for a new facility often will be contacted by communities targeting specific industries. Here’s a handy guide to getting your company on their radar.

Michigan Corporate Moves

Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy Grows in Flint, MI Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy, the nation’s largest privately held specialty pharmacy company servicing the needs of patients and physicians...

Ohio Corporate Moves

Hamlet Protein Brings Animal Feed Production to Findlay Hamlet Protein, a manufacturer of soy-based protein for animal feeds headquartered in Horsens, Denmark, will begin production...

Virginia Corporate Moves

International Paper Invests $83 million in Wight County Mill International Paper is investing $83 million to repurpose a portion of its closed mill in Isle...

Gateway to The Future

U.S. ports play a major role in the many advantages Foreign Trade Zones offer. This one-two punch keeps America competitive in the race for investment dollars and helps power the recovery.

Iowa: Leading a Revolution in 21st Century Industries

With the nation’s largest supply of biomass, the Hawkeye State is leading the way in biofuels, biochemicals, plastics and adhesives.

Biotech: Finding the Formula for Growth

The U.S. lead in biotechnology no longer is a sure thing as growth leaders like China and India join the fray. Government, industry and academia must join forces to remain No. 1.