The mortgage subservicing company will invest $24 million in a 100,000-square-foot office facility in Lancaster County, SC.
The agricultural technology company will invest $6.6 million and create approximately 700 jobs at its new Memphis headquarters over the next three years.
The company will also establish new sites in Seattle, San Diego and Culver City, CA and expand in Pittsburgh, New York and Boulder.
The Germany-based company will invest $22.4 million in an advanced manufacturing center in Geismar, LA.
The northeastern end of the volunteer state is home to a dynamic plastics and chemicals materials and manufacturing cluster.
The electroplating manufacturer will invest approximately $4 million to establish a new facility in Portland, TN.
The China-based foam mattress manufacturer's $45 million investment is projected to create 250 new jobs in Winnsboro, SC.
The manufacturer of metal stampings, assemblies, tools and dies will invest $16 million in a new manufacturing plant in Thomasville, GA.
Executives are taking a more tempered view of revenue and profit growth, but maintain fairly broad optimism about business expansion, according to AICPA survey.
The Illinois-based steel company is investing nearly $20 million to move to Gary, IN.
The Brazil-based ceramic tile manufacturer will invest about $150 million and create 220 jobs in Baxter, TN.
The woman-owned technology and supply chain startup will remain and grow at Kearny Point with help from up to $37 million in Grow NJ tax credits over 10 years.
The Fortune 100 company will create more than 750 new jobs in Mecklenburg County, NC over the next six years, with help from a $46 million BIP grant.
The Indian manufacturer and supplier of aluminum cast products will create 100 new jobs at its Dorchester County operations.
The Brazil-based digital agriculture company will establish its U.S. headquarters in West Lafayette, IN, creating up to 334 new, high-wage jobs by 2022.
The advanced manufacturing jobs will be created at a 20-acre site in Minden, LA over the next three years.
Lower costs, an exceptional quality of life and first-class 21st century infrastructure are convincing big players to choose Richmond over larger markets.