Colliers International cites increased industrial demand despite slowing economic growth; North American vacancy rate declines for eighth consecutive quarter.
ECD News reports, “Business Facilities, a national economic development publication, has released its annual state Automotive Manufacturing Strength ranking. For an unprecedented fourth consecutive year, Tennessee has been named the No. 1 state in the nation for Automotive Manufacturing Strength.”
The jewelry designer operates two Indiana locations and has already begun filling new management and production positions in New Albany.
The overall shape of U.S. infrastructure remains dismal, but these states are doing something about it.
New facility features 217,000 square feet of space dedicated to engineering, manufacturing, and assembly of water treatment solutions.
Dawn Kent Azok of AL.com writes, “Business Facilities magazine has named Alabama the No. 2 state for automotive industry strength. For the fourth year in a row, Tennessee topped the magazine’s annual Automotive Manufacturing Strength ranking. But Alabama surged up from seventh place last year.”
MacAoidh writes, “Two items which don’t seem to make a lot of sense. First, from the Baton Rouge Business Report…”
The BayouBuzz.com reports, “Governor Jindal has another ranking about which he can crow.”
Made in Alabama reports, “Expanding production in Alabama’s auto industry means the state is ‘coming on strong as a rising automotive powerhouse,’ according to a new Business Facilities ranking.”
LED News reports, “Louisiana achieves highest business climate ranking ever by Business Facilities magazine.”