Resource pages for "Exports"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
Thanks to a deepening project at Savannah Harbor, exporters using the Port of Savannah have a greater opportunity to move goods overseas.
Governor Greg Abbott is proud that Texas exported about $375 billion in goods in 2021, more than California and New York combined.
The Lone Star State has been the top state for exports for 19 consecutive years, surpassing the combined total for its three closest competitors.
In Maryland, COVID-19 has not stopped the Port of Baltimore, where shipping volume continues to increase.
The expansion of Lineage Logistics' Port of New Orleans cold-storage facility will create 50 new jobs and support the state's $1.6 billion poultry industry.
Among Savannah’s top export commodities, raw cotton, wood pulp, and kaolin clay were the biggest gainers for the first five months of the year.
The January / February 2020 Issue features our State of the Year and Deal of the Year winners. Plus, a look at energy, aerospace, exports and data centers.
More than $7 billion in goods were shipped from Minnesota to Asia in 2017, with shipments to Japan notching a 30 percent increase over the previous year.
MBG is augmenting its manufacturing in Florida with 277,000 square feet of new production space in Fort Pierce that will be fully operational next summer.
Europe’s biggest economy is expected to continue growing for the rest of 2017 and 2018.
Minnesota companies generated more than $19 billion in sales in 2016 from exports of agricultural, mining and manufacturing products.
As the renegotiation of NAFTA begins, the hemispheric supply chain may be the biggest obstacle to major revisions.
Low-cost land, a skilled workforce and “Restrained” government—with low taxes and minimal regulation—yield unrestrained growth in Texas.
Utah is Business Facilities' top-ranked state among Job Growth Leaders in the magazine's 12th Annual Rankings Report.
Exports are surging, making New Mexico a magnet for manufacturers with world-class ambitions.
Indiana metros dominated the top-10 list for Exports Leaders in Business Facilities’ 2015 Metro Rankings Report. Four Indiana locations made the top tier in this category, which is based on exports as a percentage of GDP.
The Land of Enchantment hit an all-time high for total exports in 2014, shipping close to $4 billion worth of goods from a diverse range of sectors and nearly doubling exports to Mexico.
The program is expected to accelerate export business and job growth by connecting Bank products and services to a statewide network of Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs).
Despite high exporting volume, only 6% of the region’s small and mid-size firms currently export and, on average, less than half of those firms export to more than one market.
The National Support Center Project includes a new $192-million data center, which will replaces a 34-year-old facility, as well as office and warehouse space.