In 2013, companies invested $3.3 billion in 281 new projects in Kentucky across a broad spectrum of industries, creating 14,000 jobs.
JPMorgan Chase commits $100 million to help rebuild Detroit.
International company expands to U.S. with new vehicle research and high tech manufacturing facility.
Japanese, European partnership to supply aluminum sheets to automotive manufacturers.
Manufacturing, sales and marketing, corporate and financial services headquarters to unify in new, shared campus.
As flexible as rubber, thinner than a human hair and 200 times stronger than steel, graphene is about to change the world.
Germany’s auto giants are set to unleash billions of dollars to expand North American production.
The company’s first U.S. service center is expected to come online in the third quarter of this year and will allow voxeljet to print on-demand parts, molds, cores and models for automotive and other industrial customers.
Old-school automakers are circling their dealership wagons in a last line of defense against Tesla.
More than 100 jobs will be created through the 10-month construction period, which should be complete in late 2014 or early 2015.