The new Silicon Valley facility will produce at scale next-generation battery systems for a range of end markets that operate in demanding environments.
Nestled on Interstate 77 between the breathtaking growth of Charlotte and Columbia, we’re growing fast yet there’s room for more.
Guardrails will ensure manufacturing and technology investments made under the CHIPS Act bolster technological and national security of U.S. and its allies and partners.
From startups to established firms, regions with innovative resources and support propel growth throughout many industries.
The Nation’s Capital is a braintrust location for companies seeking top-tier talent and ingenious collaboration.
The Paris-based company offers technology and engineering services to the automotive industry to further mobility and electrification advancements.
Dura Supreme Cabinetry will expand and create over 200 jobs in Statesville; Tex-Tech Industries will add 49 new jobs in Winston-Salem.
In Ontario, AstraZeneca will expand its R&D operations, while Canada helps Stanpac scale up manufacturing of new compostable and recyclable packaging.
As part of the CHIPS and Science Act enacted in August 2022, U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has launched the application process to award incentives to the semiconductor industry.
In Ireland, Siemens Healthineers will launch a new laboratory equipment R&D center in Swords, while Lufthansa Technik expands in Shannon.
Created to fight new infectious diseases, the Songdo Global Research & Process Development Center will house vaccine and biopharmaceutical activities ranging from basic research to commercial manufacturing.
With help from JobsOhio and the Ohio Department of Development, The J.M. Smucker Company will add a new R&D Center in Orrville, OH.
The $70M expansion project makes Statesville, NC the largest Bobcat manufacturing facility in North America, and will create up to 250 jobs.
Diagnostic pathological services company Arkana Laboratories will create 74 jobs within the next five years as it transforms its existing operations into a cutting-edge education, research, and healthcare facility.
iDEAL Semiconductor will add 63 jobs and invest $3.4 million in an expansion project in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley.
At its new European headquarters in Toulouse, France, Universal Hydrogen will work to decarbonize aviation through the adoption of hydrogen.
Life sciences company Agilent Technologies’ investment in Delaware will transform its Little Falls site into a world-class R&D lab.
Stellantis will retool and modernize plants, build two new electric vehicle and EV battery technology R&D centers in Windsor and Brampton.
Germany-based pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim will create 55 jobs at its Animal Health Global Innovation Center in Athens, GA.
Resources, support and a history of innovation make Delaware an ideal location for bioscience and advanced manufacturing