Resource pages for "Manufacturing"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
Construction will begin this fall on the south side of the existing facility, with estimated completion by the fourth quarter of 2014.
Global consumer goods giant to invest $108.7 Million and add 428 new jobs.
The recession of 2008 left Florida overcast economically for years. Looks like it may be time to break out the shades. From the July/August 2013 issue.
The expanded anodize facility will be operational in a matter of weeks.
With a capacity expected to exceed 72,000 tons annually, the primary output of this newest Tejas facility will be heavier weight production casing with semi–premium and premium threaded connections.
Several regional manufacturing surveys signaled a substantial improvement in manufacturing production in the third quarter.
Marcellus shale drilling in WV spurs Pietro Fiorentini to set first U.S. manufacturing facility.
From quality meats to sugary treats, consumers are offered an almost endless supply of options when it comes to food. From the May/June 2013 issue.
The sensors and safety systems maker moves production to the new Eagle Creek Industrial Park. From the May/June 2013 issue.
German company to invest $17.5 million in its first U.S. plant; project stems from Governor’s visit in January.
Investment of more than $35 million in Fletcher will create 40 new jobs and 88,000 additional square feet of production and warehouse space.
With a total estimated investment of $600 million, the new facility in Gray Court, SC is the largest single venture in ZF's history.
New facility features 217,000 square feet of space dedicated to engineering, manufacturing, and assembly of water treatment solutions.
From the digitization of equipment and processes to 3D printing to materials with custom-designed properties, advanced manufacturing is driving high-tech innovation, exports and the creation on high-wage jobs. From the May/June 2013 issue.
On what seems to be a job-creation winning streak, Carolina economic developers must be doing something right. From the May/June 2013 issue.
The top three industries represented included manufacturing (11 companies), back office/business support (10 companies) and logistics (seven companies).
In Shreveport, Baton Rouge and Geismar, Honeywell will retain 698 jobs and potentially invest as much as $1.2 billion in projects resulting in 190 new direct and indirect jobs.
ASMO North America is a wholly owned subsidiary of ASMO, Co., LTD, headquartered in Kosai City, Japan. The company also operates facilities in Statesville, NC, Texas and Michigan.
Company will expand and automate Kasa Fab paint line.
Aluminum manufacturer to invest $275 million; will create 200 full-time jobs and 400 construction jobs.