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Expansion of the ModularMEP™ manufacturing and systems integration facility will result in 150 new jobs in Caroline County, VA.
International manufacturing expansions create more than 160 jobs, $57M in Indiana; plus manufacturers get $2.8 million in tech grants.
CAVA's $30 million investment in a new processing and packaging operation will create 52 jobs in Augusta County, VA.
Tuscaloosa facility will allow Li-Cycle Holdings Corp. to meet growing demand for lithium-ion battery recycling.
Amazon will add the new fulfillment and transportation positions to the 40,000 corporate and technology jobs announced earlier this month.
The expansion will increase Thermo Fisher Scientific's manufacturing capacity and create 290 additional jobs in Pitt County, NC.
Aurum Energy Park will be home to a $1.3-billion, net-zero hydrogen network that will become operational in 2024.
Farm implement and tractor attachment maker Everything Attachments will create 147 jobs at its new manufacturing campus in Conover, NC.
South Korean-based logistics company Shinhung Global USA to invest $10 million in new Clarksville facility, creating more than 80 new jobs.
The technology/solar energy, aerospace, and life sciences companies will invest a total of more than $357 million across Utah.
In adaptive reuse project, the battery technology developer will add 70,000 square feet to its research lab, assembly, office, and production space.
The electric vehicle charging solutions provider's new facility is anticipated to create approximately 250 direct jobs in Arlington by 2030.
The new Wilson County, TN facility will manufacture single-use bioprocess containers used to produce biologics and vaccines, and ultimately create 1,400 jobs.
Food company Tyson Foods will invest $300 million in a new 325,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Danville-Pittsylvania County, VA.
Eric Voyles, Executive Vice President & Chief Economic Development Officer, TexAmericas Center, discusses military site remediation, impact of COVID-19 on development, and low-cost, reliable electricity.