Business Facilities Annual State Rankings highlight high-growth sectors, including Aerospace/Defense, Automotive, Life Sciences, Semiconductors, and Film & Television.
From New Mexico to South Carolina, ABB investments support a more secure supply chain and strengthen local manufacturing.
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.
EMP Shield will create more than 1,200 jobs at the new computer chip manufacturing facility in Burlington, KS.
The National Semiconductor Economic Roadmap (NSER) is a blueprint for making the U.S. semiconductor industry more competitive, strengthening supply chain resiliency.
Across North America, companies and locations are moving semiconductor manufacturing and ecosystems closer to home.
The Thomas Township infrastructure project will enable Hemlock Semiconductor Operations (HSC) to invest up to $375 million and create 170 jobs.
iDEAL Semiconductor will add 63 jobs and invest $3.4 million in an expansion project in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley.
In a public-private partnership with Indiana and Purdue University, SkyWater Technology will pursue CHIPS Act funding to build a $1.8B semiconductor plant in West Lafayette.
The SEMI Foundation introduced an interactive platform designed to strengthen access for underrepresented workers to educational and employment opportunities in the semiconductor industry across the U.S.