Tag: Advanced Manufacturing
GE To Invest $450M+ In U.S. Manufacturing This Year
Investments in equipment, facility upgrades, and other improvements at GE’s aerospace and energy businesses will take place across eight states, create 1,700 jobs.
Advanced Integrated Technologies Expanding In Norfolk, Virginia
Other companies with projects in Virginia include PRINCO LLC, also in Norfolk, SanMar in Hanover County, and STS Group in Salem. In total, these expansions will create more than 1,400 jobs.
West Virginia Welcomes Two New Manufacturing Facilities
Our Next Energy and Delta Cooling Towers are both opening manufacturing facilities in Jackson and Barbour counties, respectively.
Siemens Mobility Selects North Carolina For Manufacturing Center
Siemens Mobility, Inc. plans to build a major advanced manufacturing and rail services center in Davidson County, North Carolina.
See What’s Made In The Hub City
From eyeglasses to semiconductors, Lubbock, Texas is a hub for manufacturing with interstate access as well as connection to regional and national markets at the Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport. Companies find this business-minded community to be the ideal place to grow.
Amprius Technologies Picks Colorado For Gigawatt-Hour Scale Factory Site
Colorado's geographic location, manufacturing infrastructure, factory capacity potential and comprehensive incentives package helped land Amprius Technologies' lithium-ion battery plant.
First CHIPS For America Funding Opportunity Opens To Semiconductor Makers
As part of the CHIPS and Science Act enacted in August 2022, U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has launched the application process to award incentives to the semiconductor industry.
EPA Names 2022’s Most Energy-Efficient Manufacturing Plants
The 86 U.S. manufacturing plants that earned the EPA’s ENERGY STAR certification in 2022 are in the top 25% of energy efficiency in their sector.
EMP Shield Plans $1.9B Computer Chip Plant In Kansas
EMP Shield will create more than 1,200 jobs at the new computer chip manufacturing facility in Burlington, KS.
LiveXchange Emerging Industries: Connecting High-Growth Sectors
November event focused on site selection trends and issues facing companies in emerging industries, including advanced manufacturing, electric vehicles, artificial intelligence, fintech, biotech, and agritech.
Texas Instruments Will Invest $11B In New Utah Fab
TI's new 300-millimeter semiconductor wafer fab, located next to its existing operation in Lehi, will be the largest economic investment in Utah history.
2022 Deal Of The Year: Impact Awards
The 2022 Deal of the Year Impact Awards recognize project investments that will have significant impact in their new or expanded locations, focusing on a specific aspect of the project.
North Carolina Offers The Total Package: 2022 State Of The Year
Throughout 2022, the Tar Heel State steadily attracted and retained business investment with its regional approach and world-class resources.
Graphic Packaging To Build $1B CRB Mill In Texas
New Graphic Packaging coated recycled paperboard (CRB) mill in Waco, TX will create approximately 230 new jobs, is the community’s largest economic development project to date.
Bobcat Invests $9.3M In North Dakota Plant
The state-of-the-art, highly automated industrial punch press technology for the Gwinner plant is among the first of its kind to be installed in North America.
Pallidus Relocating Corporate HQ, Manufacturing Operations
Silicon carbide (SiC) wafer semiconductor manufacturer Pallidus will invest $443 million and create 405 new jobs in York County, SC in the Charlotte Region.
Manufacturing Readiness Grants: Indiana Invested $22M+ In 2022
Since it was launched in 2020, the Manufacturing Readiness Grants program has granted a total of 384 awards totaling $39 million to companies in 69 counties.
Wichita Semiconductor Plant Will Create Nearly 2,000 Jobs
Integra Technologies' $1.8 billion investment is the second-largest economic development project in Kansas history.
Companies, Communities Growing In Oklahoma
Laundris will relocate its HQ from Texas to Tulsa, McElroy adds a fourth campus in Broken Arrow, and the Muskogee City-County Port Authority builds economic momentum with a new brand identity.
New Report Compares Operating Costs Across High-Tech Corridors
Released by The Boyd Company, the report identifies 30 top high-tech corridors in the U.S. with a comparative operating cost analysis germane to companies in high-growth advanced manufacturing sectors.