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The baked treat maker will create 108 jobs at its food manufacturing center in Tarboro, NC.
The company will create 475 jobs at a new subsidiary at North Carolina’s Global TransPark to recycle aircraft parts and materials.
The global industrial company will create more than 400 jobs at its current facility in Mebane, NC.
The online pet supply retailer will create 1,200 jobs at its new e-commerce fulfillment center in Rowan County, NC.
The health insurance company will invest approximately $2.5 million to upgrade its facilities and equipment in High Point, NC.
The furniture maker plans to create 202 new jobs in Catawba County, NC over five years.
The supermarket company will create up to 1,000 new jobs at its new refrigerated distribution center in Greensboro, NC.
The sheet metal fabricating equipment manufacturer will invest $87 million to develop a new product line in High Point, NC.
Ernst & Young LLP will invest $8.2 million to expand its operations in Mecklenburg County, NC over the next five years.
The China-based tire maker will create 800 jobs and invest nearly $580 million at an advanced manufacturing megasite site located in Kingsboro, NC.
Taiwan-based Everest Textile Co. will invest $18.5 million in a new manufacturing plant in Forest City, NC, creating 610 jobs.
The Edgecombe County infrastructure project, scheduled to open in 2020, will be a “major transportation hub” in Southeast U.S.
AAIPharma Services Corp./Cambridge Major Laboratories (AAIPharma/CML) is investing at least $15.8 million to expand its laboratory operation and global headquarters in Wilmington, NC, creating at least 37 new jobs by 2018.
North Carolina doubles down on growth plans for technology and innovation, with new funding and a new university-led program, InnovateNC.
Kentucky has a century-long tradition of building cars, going back to the Model T. A new long-term partnership with Ford will bring a bonanza of jobs to the Louisville region as the Bluegrass State sets its sights on becoming the top U.S. automotive manufacturing center.