The deadline for submissions for Business Facilities' 2018 Economic Development Deal of the Year has been extended to November 30, 2018.
The Canadian auto supplier will invest $10 million in Lawrenceburg, TN: the location was selected for its proximity to OEMs.
New Mexico is moving to create a new Division of Outdoor Recreation, a unit the governor says will boost economic development.
The orthopedic and medical device maker will invest $2.5 million to relocate its U.S. headquarters from Chicago to Franklin, TN.
The company will break ground on a new 82,000-square-foot production facility in Greensboro, NC this summer.
A tech-ready workforce and leading-edge education are shaping Sierra Vista, AZ.
The plant is the Germany-based company’s second U.S. location and will create 200 new jobs over the next five years in Washington County, TN.
Attracted to the region’s diverse and skilled workforce, the company will hire 35 people to work in its new $570,000 facility in Maumee, OH.
Home to the nation’s largest data center market, its third-largest port, the third-highest concentration of tech workers and the HQ of 37 Fortune 1000 companies, Virginia offers diverse opportunities for success.
The Japanese auto parts manufacturer selected Huntsville, AL for its first U.S. facility, and will create 380 jobs at the new assembly plant.
The company's new assembly operations will help create more than 500 jobs in Lexington County, SC.
General Motors will invest $700 million and create more than 450 manufacturing jobs at its operations in Toledo, Parma and Moraine.
The company will expand its plastics manufacturing operations in Holden, LA, retaining 15 jobs in Livingston Parish.