eCommerce & Distribution Locations: Goods To Go
As the demand for eCommerce and distribution space continues, locations are building facilities and emphasizing their regional advantages.
Wyoming Expanding Horizons
With a low tax burden, the state is attracting business by investing in shovel-ready sites and a skilled workforce.
Arizona Advancing Toward Sustainability
Arizona is excelling in the semiconductor and advanced manufacturing sectors and has targeted growth in renewable energy.
Ford To Create Canadian EV Hub In Ontario
Ford will invest more than $1.3B (US) to transform its Oakville Assembly Complex into the Oakville Electric Vehicle Complex, where it will produce EVs beginning in 2025.
Indiana Is Looking To The Future
Indiana Secretary of Commerce Bradley B. Chambers discusses the state’s robust economy, and why the microelectronics industry is on the rise.
Seohan Auto Georgia To Create 180 Jobs In Liberty County
South Korean auto parts supplier will invest over $72 million in a new manufacturing facility. And in Athens-Clarke County, Meissner Corporation will create more than 1,700 jobs over the next eight years.
Swift Prepared Foods Opens Principe Foods Facility In Missouri
Swift Prepared Foods invested more than $200 million in the new 325,000-square-foot Italian meats and charcuterie production facility in Columbia, MO.
Ucore To Establish $75M Louisiana Strategic Metals Complex
Ucore North America will create 100 jobs in Alexandria at North America’s first modern technology rare earth element separation and purification facility. And, United Utility Services establishes HQ in New Orleans.
ABB Investing $170M In Seven States Across The U.S.
From New Mexico to South Carolina, ABB investments support a more secure supply chain and strengthen local manufacturing.
Speed Commerce Creates New Fulfillment Center In Nevada
Speed Commerce picks Las Vegas for its new eCommerce fulfillment center; Nevada GOED approves $330M abatement for Tesla.
Microvast Selects Kentucky For First Polyaramid Separator Plant
Lithium-ion battery solutions manufacturer will invest $504 million and create up to 562 jobs at its first polyaramid separator plant in Hopkinsville, KY.
Pratt & Whitney Investing $255M In Oklahoma City
The 845,000-square-foot, world-class sustainment facility near Tinker AFB will serve as a depot operations hub for all the aerospace company’s military engines.
In New York City, Two Life Sciences Facilities To Garner Growth
From Park Avenue to Brooklyn, significant investments will bring cutting-edge processes and sustainability-focused research to life in New York.
TBTN Investing $54M In Tennessee Expansion
In Tennessee's latest automotive industry expansion, Toyota Boshoku Tennessee will invest $54 million to expand its metal stamping operations, adding 80 jobs in Jackson, TN.
Why Alabama? A Q&A With Greg Canfield, Alabama Department of Commerce
Alabama Department of Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield discusses how the state fosters skilled labor with a workforce development agency buttressed by a 21st century Jobs Act.
Advanced Manufacturing Projects Bring Over $1.6B To South Carolina
Three advanced manufacturing projects will create a total of more than 700 jobs in Spartanburg, Chester and Richland counties in South Carolina.
Funding, Innovation Drive Life Sciences Success
Rapid growth and expanding boundaries propel location searches for companies in the life sciences industry at the forefront.
CBRE Reports Top 10 North American Data Center Markets
The North American Data Center Trends Report looked at second half 2022 for most active markets in terms of net absorption.
Veeva Systems Plans New Engineering Hub In Kansas City
The global leader in cloud software for life sciences will grow its Kansas City region operations and add more than 100 jobs over the next five years.
March / April 2023 Issue (Volume 56, Number 2)
Business Facilities' March / April 2023 issue takes a look at the impact of sustainability on site decisions. Plus, life sciences, Opportunity Zones, and a report from Utah Governor Spencer Cox.