Hanwha Aerospace picked Cheshire, CT for its International Engines Business Headquarters to take advantage of the skilled workforce and close proximity to key customers.
New Bobcat facility in Monterrey, Mexico will create up to 800 jobs, and boost production capacity to support customer demand and company growth.
Siemens' new Dallas-Fort Worth high-tech manufacturing plant will support U.S. data centers, adoption of artificial intelligence. Additional U.S. manufacturing investments total $500M, 1,700 jobs.
Global solar company Array Technologies will create 100 jobs at its new manufacturing campus in Bernalillo County, New Mexico.
Ontario-based Canadian Solar will establish a 5 GW Solar PV cell production facility at the River Ridge Commerce Center in Jeffersonville, IN.
The electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) market is projected to grow to $100 billion by 2040, up from $7 billion today. John Boyd of The Boyd company looks at hot locations.
Indian manufacturer Epsilon Advanced Materials will invest nearly $650 million to build its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Brunswick County, North Carolina.
Illinois is doubling down on business attraction and retention efforts to support economic development in every corner of the state.
As the state with the fastest-growing population, Florida can focus on its manufacturing hubs to continue the state’s upward economic trend.
Insights on FDI trends and strategies are the focus of this recent talk with Michael Edgar, Founder and President of SelectGlobal, while at LiveXchange Emerging Industries in Columbus, OH.
The largest private investment in Quebec's history, Northvolt Six will host 60 GWh of annual cell manufacturing capacity with adjacent facilities for cathode active material production and battery recycling.
Two automotive companies — Meleghy Automotive and GKN — establish production sites in Hungary, while LEGO expands its packaging and storage operations.
Norwegian hydrogen company Nel Hydrogen will build its automated gigafactory in Plymouth Township, Michigan, where it will create 517 jobs.
Guardrails will ensure manufacturing and technology investments made under the CHIPS Act bolster technological and national security of U.S. and its allies and partners.
Bila Solar, a solar-energy startup, will base its United States headquarters, and a manufacturing facility, in Indiana.
In West Virginia, Omnis Fuel Technologies restarted and will expand its Pleasants Power Plant. Plus, a $50M food packaging facility is planned for Berkeley County.
In Georgia, corporate expansion projects will create more than 700 jobs and over $200 million in capital investment in Peach, Candler and Hall counties.
Over the next two years, U.S. chip manufacturer Intel is planning to invest $1.2 billion in Costa Rica, where it employs 3,300 workers.
Daesol Ausys, a company with roots in Korea, will bring more than 140 new jobs to Harris County, Georgia, as part of a $72 million project.
Amazon Web Services plans an $11 billion investment in Virginia to establish two data center campuses in the Technology Overlay District.