Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Capital Investment articles below.
OurPharma will invest $31.3 million in a new facility, and create 124 new jobs in Fayetteville over the next seven years.
The packaging manufacturer will invest nearly $46 million and create 180 full-time jobs in Bardstown, KY.
GTS will invest $54.7 million to build a 500,000-square-foot green energy facility, with help from an assortment of state grants, tax credits, and workforce training.
The automotive components manufacturer will invest $31 million and create more than 100 new jobs in Jackson, TN.
The new manufacturing facility, located in Buenos Aires Province, is part of a $200 million investment plan and will create 100 new jobs.
The retail convenience store company will invest $113 million in a new bakery and other capital investments in La Crosse, WI.
Fresenius Kabi will expand its manufacturing operations and create hundreds of new jobs in Wilson County, NC with help from a Job Development Investment Grant.
The deadline for submissions for Business Facilities' 2017 Economic Development Deal of the Year is today, November 27, 2017.
The new $7.5-million research center at the University of Maryland, the centerpiece of Gov. Hogan’s environmental agenda, will commercialize clean-energy solutions.
Southeast Michigan's first new OEM operation in more than 25 years is part of a $230 million investment in the region. By 2020, additional projects will result in 400 more jobs and another $600 million in investment
The food processor will create over 1,500 jobs when the company locates its new operations in Humboldt, TN.
Fortune 250 firm’s Digital Transformation Center represents Louisiana’s largest technology project to date; Louisiana campuses to provide talent pipeline through historic higher education initiative.
Litehouse, Inc. will create 77 new jobs with an expansion of its manufacturing plant in the City of Lowell, MI.
The $38 million investment will increase the facility by 200,000 square feet and create approximately 100 new jobs in the Emporia area.
The designation by the Montana Department of Agriculture will boost local economic development efforts in food and agricultural processing, as well as renewable energy.
Cumberland County's Food Specialization Center will provide incubation space and business services to help companies achieve maximum growth potential.
The TEDF grants, totaling more than $2.7 million, will help several companies expand in the region, resulting in private investments of nearly $279 million.
Georgia ports achieved growth of 8.3 percent in total tonnage across all terminals during FY 2017.