Louisiana Economic Development
In 2023, the Bayou State garnered projects totaling more than $20 billion for the third year in a row.
American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds related to certified sites must be used by the end of 2024.
Life for Tyres, a European-based, tire-recycling company, will soon establish its first facility in the U.S.
Lincoln Foodservice Equipment expects to create nearly 100 jobs with its $2.3 million investment in Shreveport. Plus, Boise Cascade grows in Southwest Louisiana.
Multipack Services plans to invest $10.4 million to establish a production facility in Caddo Parish, Louisiana.
Despite slow growth predictions, the agriculture industry is seeing new technologies move agribusiness forward.
A fourth-generation, textile rental company plans to invest $15 million in Jefferson Parish — the same place it was founded in 1929.
Louisiana, the Bayou State, is well positioned to offer businesses an environment to expand renewable energy innovations.
Solar panel manufacturing facility will create more than 700 new jobs at the Acadiana Regional Airport in Iberia Parish, Louisiana.
Louisiana Economic Development Secretary Don Pierson shares how this southeastern state has its eye on the future toward an energy evolution and support for innovative industries.
From longstanding partnerships to targeted instruction, companies seek training options that fit their workforce needs.
Ucore North America will create 100 jobs in Alexandria at North America’s first modern technology rare earth element separation and purification facility. And, United Utility Services establishes HQ in New Orleans.
Local workforce, partnerships drive ongoing growth at CGI's Acadiana location. Entergy asks to add up to three gigawatts of solar energy in what would be largest renewable power expansion in state history.
Louisiana’s climate action plan gains momentum with a federal grant toward decarbonizing the manufacturing sector.
To meet growing demand, this leading beverage manufacturer will build a 500,000 square foot production facility in Hammond, LA.
The $11.5 million project will centralize offshore support services, and create 44 new jobs in Lafayette.
Known for its spicy cuisine and spirited celebrations, Louisiana is drawing world-class businesses from a range of industry sectors.
Cargill, CF Industries, BASF and Calucem projects will create, retain more than 350 jobs throughout the state.
BASF will double production capacity at Geismar chemical manufacturing complex; ASH Industries investing $5M to expand In Acadiana Region.
The success of the 18th annual LiveXchange event by Business Facilities paves the way for expansion of the franchise this fall.