Port of Virginia
A transportation network and workforce programs support continued growth across the commonwealth of Virginia.
Wells Fargo will expand its Customer Support Center in Roanoke County; Amazon will establish a robotics fulfillment center and “last mile” delivery station in Virginia Beach.
Virginia welcomes Israeli international cargo shipping company ZIM, which plans to invest $30 million into the state.
The right location plays a crucial role in moving cargo through combined transportation methods.
In innovation hubs, local entities work together to provide the resources growing companies need to foster discovery and advancement.
Through ports, rail, roadways, and airports, the ideal location enables companies to transport goods and access supplies quickly.
Workforce, infrastructure, and quality of life factor into corporate headquarters decisions. Choosing where to move or expand this operation depends on these aspects and more.
A solid education system, infrastructure investments, a strong workforce, and resilient business climate are just some of the many reasons why more and more companies choose to call Virginia home.
Ports and Free Trade Zones have taken on much greater importance as supply chain issues increase and demand for product grows from businesses and consumers.
Thanks to a new R&D partnership with Hershey, the rare sugar producer will expand in Albemarle County, VA, creating 64 new jobs.
Shipping and logistics company CMA CGM Group will retain its Norfolk, VA headquarters, and invest $36 million to expand in Hampton Roads and Northern Virginia.
The packaging technology company will invest $145 million to build an aluminum beverage can production facility in Henry County, VA.
Businesses that will survive the coronavirus pandemic are those that adapt to the challenges and continue to serve existing and new customers.
The online retailer will create 1,000 jobs at a new robotics fulfillment center in Suffolk, and 500 at an import processing center in Chesapeake.
Moore will invest more than $31 million to establish the Richmond Print Group, a new venture in Henrico County, VA.
The company will modernize and expand its manufacturing and technology operations in Chesterfield County, VA, creating 60 jobs.
When dredging is complete in 2024, commercial channels serving the Norfolk Harbor will be able to simultaneously accommodate two, ultra-large container vessels.
The new specialty fulfillment and last-mile delivery center in the City of Richmond, VA will add to Amazon’s existing workforce of more than 10,000 full-time employees across the Commonwealth.
The cold storage warehousing and food logistics company will expand its refrigerated warehouse facility in the City of Chesapeake, VA, creating 33 new jobs.
Phoenix Packaging Operations will invest $48.7 million to expand its Pulaski County, VA manufacturing operations.
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