Resource pages for "Semiconductor Industry"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
In Pinal County, a new $200M KPCT Advanced Chemicals plant will create 65 jobs in Casa Grande, and Procter & Gamble will build a $500M manufacturing facility in Coolidge.
In Fort Worth's Lone Star Commerce Center, the facility will house R&D of additive manufacturing technology for large-scale titanium aerostructures. Meanwhile, KoMiCo will expand in Round Rock.
Across North America, companies and locations are moving semiconductor manufacturing and ecosystems closer to home.
iDEAL Semiconductor will add 63 jobs and invest $3.4 million in an expansion project in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley.
To support the $5 billion project, GlobiTech has been offered a $15 million Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) grant and other local incentives.
The 65-acre Mesa, AZ greenfield site will serve as the new base of operations for JX’s North American and European semiconductor materials business.
The New Castle, DE facility will double inkjet dispersion production; Mesa, AZ plant will supply the semiconductor industry.
Texas remains at the front of the pack in terms of economic development. And, interest in the Lone Star State from companies that need to relocate or expand might just be starting to heat up even more.
To support the global semiconductor industry, Ultra Clean Holdings Inc. will establish an Advanced Technology Cleaning Centre in Cavan, Ireland.
The new semiconductor and display material manufacturing facility will create more than 100 jobs in Chandler, AZ.