May, 2012 Archives
The Korean food products manufacturer will produce more than 100,000 metric tons of lysine at the North Central Ag Industrial Park near Fort Dodge.
The legislature approves $2 million for the TN Film Entertainment and Music Commission, with a new formula that will make grant dollars available to smaller, indigenous productions.
The automotive parts supplier will invest $19 million in a renovation of the 310,000-square-foot former MKM plant.
The custom plastics molder will invest $20.8 million in its expansion, utilizing $1 million in Excelsior tax credits and a $750,000 state grant.
Global Container will develop a 70-acre terminal that will be the most advanced in the Port of NY and NJ, able to handle shipping from the expanded Panama Canal.
The Winchester facility will create more than 550 full time positions and 600 seasonal jobs in the Commonwealth.
The automaker will increase engine production at its largest North American plant by 25 percent, adding 80 jobs.
The paper goods maker will locate its HQ at its new manufacturing center in Shreveport, creating 100 new jobs.
The paper giant will modernize the 106-year-old Bogalusa mill and retain 411 jobs as part of its $4.5-billion acquisition of Temple-Inland.
The NSA is rushing to complete a $1.5-billion cybersecurity center in Utah as the threat increases.