SIG SAUER will expand its manufacturing operations in Jacksonville, creating 625 jobs. Family Dollar returns to West Memphis with transformed distribution center.
The global manufacturer will invest $235 million to expand its CertainTeed gypsum manufacturing facility in Palatka, FL.
At the crossroads of the nation's rail and highway network along the Eastern seaboard, JAXPORT continues to help businesses thrive in the Jacksonville, FL region.
By land and by sea, Florida attracts business investment from various industry sectors including manufacturing and fintech.
With robust infrastructure and a talented workforce, North Central Florida offers attractive prospects for new and expanding businesses.
A deep workforce, a vibrant and innovative medical ecosystem and a multitude of tax and lifestyle benefits make Jacksonville the ideal home for medical device manufacturers.
Fintech company Nymbus's new downtown Jacksonville, FL headquarters will connect it with surrounding partners.
The move to Jacksonville will create 500 new high-wage jobs over the next five years and generate $75 million in capital investment.
With a commitment to growing world class talent, Jacksonville is an ideal location for fintech companies looking to grow and succeed.
Healthcare technology company Forcura will invest $2.15 million to expand its corporate headquarters in Jacksonville, FL.
Selection of Florida’s National Guard to host the new Joint Strike Fighters could have an annual economic impact of $100 million for the region.
SIG SAUER will relocate its Elite Performance Ammunition manufacturing operation to an existing building in Jacksonville, AR and anticipates employing 50 people in the initial relocation phase, with additional jobs planned for the future.
Financial services technology company FIS is investing $2 million to expand in Jacksonville, FL creating 250 jobs in the process.
GE solution uses LED street lights to connect, collect, and analyze data to harness the power of the Industrial Internet—optimizing operations and making new connections with residents and visitors.
A shipping bonanza soon will be heading this way from an expanded Panama Canal. Every major port wants to attract the larger vessels, but who will be ready? From the July/August 2013 issue.