Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Manufacturing articles below.
The Canadian auto supplier will invest $10 million in Lawrenceburg, TN: the location was selected for its proximity to OEMs.
The company will break ground on a new 82,000-square-foot production facility in Greensboro, NC this summer.
The plant is the Germany-based company’s second U.S. location and will create 200 new jobs over the next five years in Washington County, TN.
The Japanese auto parts manufacturer selected Huntsville, AL for its first U.S. facility, and will create 380 jobs at the new assembly plant.
The company's new assembly operations will help create more than 500 jobs in Lexington County, SC.
General Motors will invest $700 million and create more than 450 manufacturing jobs at its operations in Toledo, Parma and Moraine.
The company will expand its plastics manufacturing operations in Holden, LA, retaining 15 jobs in Livingston Parish.
Cormo USA Inc. will invest $29.5 million to establish operations in Rushville, IN, creating up to 250 new jobs by the end of 2023.
The company’s Naheola, AL mill will be the location for a new tissue machine and roll storage building to support the company's consumer bath tissue business.
The holding company will invest $4.45 million, and create and retain more than 80 new jobs in the City of Rochester over the next five years.
The manufacturer is establishing a new 100,000-square-foot facility in Oconee County, SC.
The baked goods manufacturer will launch new production operations in Laurens County, SC, creating 114 new jobs.
The automotive supplier will invest more than $50 million to build a new manufacturing facility in the Breeding North Industrial Park in Athens, AL.
The Canada-based automotive engineering and manufacturing company will create up to 75 jobs in an expansion of its Allen County, IN operations.
The full-service fabrication, machining, assembly and electroplating job shop’s $17.1 million investment is projected to create an additional 31 new jobs in Greenwood County, SC.