Two Japan-based companies are establishing a presence in North Carolina, building on the country's investments in the Old North State.
Statewide initiatives continue momentum toward growing and diversifying the Hoosier State economy.
Corning will invest $900M in Saginaw County manufacturing facility; EV maker Lucid Motors’ new R&D facility will bring over 250 jobs to Southeast Michigan.
Myriad companies have moved into Missouri communities around Kansas City, St. Louis, and Joplin over the past year.
This rural county situated between Columbia and Charlotte offers ideal sites and settings for manufacturers and their families alike. The growth surge has begun.
FFI Ionix Inc., a hydrogen technology company, recently announced it will relocate its operations within Kent County, Delaware.
Companies across industries have chosen to expand their operations in Utah — due, in part, to tax credits.
Northern Virginia and Portland, OR tied at No. 1 as top data center regions in North America, according to a Cushman & Wakefield report.
Douglas Manufacturing Co. plans to invest nearly $11.7 million to expand its production facility in St. Clair County, Alabama.
North Carolina’s commitment to a top workforce, clean energy, and a favorable business climate are credited for the state’s success.
Type One Energy and Shoals Technologies Group will bring a combined $300 million in capital investments to Tennessee.
Michigan has workforce programs in place to bring business to the state, and has seen continued success in the auto industry.
The cargo airline will invest more than $4.7M and create 165 jobs in Missouri. Plus, Urban Outfitters kicks off operations at its new 600,000SF fulfillment center for Nuuly in the Kansas City region.
G-M Wood Products and Ludus will bring $9 million in capital investment to Michigan through expansion and establishing a headquarters.
In 2023, the Bayou State garnered projects totaling more than $20 billion for the third year in a row.
Compact Membrane Systems will invest $3.1 million to expand operations in its home state, according to the Delaware Prosperity Partnership.
Conecuh Sausage will invest nearly $58 million to establish its second production facility in its home state of Alabama.
The $344M facility will bring 600 jobs to Polk County. Meanwhile, Doowon Climate Control America plans a $30M manufacturing facility in Candler County, and Georgia breaks export records.
In Arlington County, CoStar HQ is coming to Rosslyn, and Fairfax County sees expansion of aerospace firm Trident Systems.
Siemens' nearly $150M expansion project in Mecklenburg County will also add jobs in Wake County. In Bladen County, Sovereign Aerospace will invest $4.15M to manufacture, sell, and service personal aircraft.