Governor Laura Kelly
A business climate that supports both large capital investment projects and startup firms is paying off for the economy in The Sunflower State.
EMP Shield will create more than 1,200 jobs at the new computer chip manufacturing facility in Burlington, KS.
Integra Technologies' $1.8 billion investment is the second-largest economic development project in Kansas history.
Enacted by Gov. Laura Kelly, the "Kansas Framework for Growth” is having a positive impact on a wide swath of the Kansas business climate.
New canning lines in Emporia, KS and Dubuque, IA, and a new pet food distribution facility in Edgerton, KS are part of the pet food company's $500 million growth plan.
Scorpion Biological Services' new 500,000-square-foot biomanufacturing facility will create 500 jobs in Manhattan, KS.
Collins Aerospace will use its new 279,000-square-foot facility for the manufacture of its interior product line.
Medline has outgrown its current facility; will create 100 jobs at new distribution center in Bonner Springs, KS.
CONNEX™ Kansas allows manufacturers to connect with each other, find suppliers, explore production capabilities and manage their supply chain.
Berry Global Group's $61 million investment will create over 60 jobs in Lawrence, KS.
Thanks to a new partnership, sites certified through Sunflower Electric's Certified Sites Program will automatically be certified by the Kansas Department of Commerce.
Kansas Dairy Ingredients (KDI) Cheese Company will expand its operations in Southwest Kansas, creating 40 new jobs in the Hugoton community.
TTEC Holdings will create 450 on-site and remote work jobs in Overland Park; Sicut Enterprises will create 132 manufacturing positions in Neodesha.
Hilmar Cheese Company plans to invest $460 million to build a major production facility in Dodge City, KS.
The pretzel and snack products manufacturer will make a significant investment in the construction of a new 146,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art production facility at VenturePark in Lawrence, KS.
The ground beef facility in Garden City, KS is expected to be finished between 2022 and 2023, and will create 250 new jobs.
The new 800-mile Grain Belt Express electric transmission line will carry low-cost, Kansas wind energy to consumers across the Midwest, and create nearly 1,000 jobs.