Avid Boats plans to invest nearly $8 million into its Monroe County, Mississippi, facility, creating 50 jobs in the process.
Locations that foster logistics success benefit companies seeking to reach customers in record time with quality service.
With one of the lowest corporate tax rates in the U.S., Mississippi offers low business costs, a talented workforce, and a competitive business climate.
APEX Ammunition will create over 64 jobs with an expansion of its manufacturing plant in Columbus, Mississippi. And in Ellisville, Cold-Link Logistics is building a 198,000-square-foot cold storage facility.
Clark Beverage Group will invest approximately $100 million and create 30 direct jobs in Madison County, Mississippi.
The National Science Foundation will provide the award to 44 unique teams spanning universities, nonprofits, businesses, and others towards creating local innovation ecosystems.
Mississippi has finalized the largest economic development project in state history, bringing in $2.5 billion in capital investment.
Some of the most well-known international companies have built upon their long legacies of success by locating in Mississippi.
Food and beverage manufacturers are employing digital tools to increase sustainability and agility.
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Mississippi is preparing for the future of industry by developing a high-tech workforce, premier shovel-ready sites and an even stronger business environment with no red tape.
Mississippi state officials are rolling out the red carpet for business and making it easy for companies to locate in the Magnolia State.
Part of the American Rescue Plan, the program through the U.S. EDA focuses on assisting innovations in workforce development.
New Altex Tube manufacturing operations will create more than 58 jobs in the in Golden Triangle Industrial Park in Columbus, MS.
Since the 2003 opening of Nissan’s assembly plant in Canton, Mississippi has been a key player in the automotive industry.
Wood biomass producer Enviva's fourth Mississippi facility represents a $250 million investment and will create approximately 100 jobs in Stone County, MS.
Cities and counties are leveraging their locations, skilled workforce, and intermodal services to keep goods moving.
The automobile maker will retrain nearly 2,000 employees to build two all-new electric vehicles at its Nissan Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant.
FedEx Ground is building a new 217,000-square-foot distribution facility at the I-59 Supply Chain Park at Mississippi's Hattiesburg-Laurel Regional Airport.
Hardware maker Milwaukee Tool expects to create 800 new jobs in Grenada, MS and will add 400 more in Greenwood, Jackson and Olive Branch.