NRS Logistics America plans to build a semiconductor chemical and gas products distribution and storage facility in Casa Grande, AZ.
Business Facilities Annual State Rankings highlight high-growth sectors, including Aerospace/Defense, Automotive, Life Sciences, Semiconductors, and Film & Television.
Silicon carbide (SiC) wafer semiconductor manufacturer Pallidus will invest $443 million and create 405 new jobs in York County, SC in the Charlotte Region.
Post-pandemic growth is propelled by policies that keep an eye on what companies are seeking for success.
Texas, Michigan, California have each nabbed top industry rankings in Business Facilities' 18th Annual Rankings Report.
In a public-private partnership with Indiana and Purdue University, SkyWater Technology will pursue CHIPS Act funding to build a $1.8B semiconductor plant in West Lafayette.
The SEMI Foundation introduced an interactive platform designed to strengthen access for underrepresented workers to educational and employment opportunities in the semiconductor industry across the U.S.
To support the global semiconductor industry, Ultra Clean Holdings Inc. will establish an Advanced Technology Cleaning Centre in Cavan, Ireland.
Semiconductor giant Intel will create 700 high-wage jobs at its chip fab in Sandoval County, New Mexico.
The South Korean conglomerate's new Covington, GA, facility is aimed at easing existing supply chain impediments.
Virginia has Best Business Climate, also tops in Tech Talent Pipeline and Cybersecurity Leaders; Texas leads new Semiconductors ranking in Business Facilities' 17th Annual Rankings Report.
The new research and development facility will create up to 500 new jobs in Ann Arbor, MI.
The newly opened building in St. Florian, Austria is part of an investment of nearly $24 million that was announced earlier this year.
The Lone Star State wins BF's top annual honor for the third time.
The industrial electronics market was worth $31.4 billion in 2011 or 10% of the entire semiconductor market. Industrial electronics spans a variety of application fields and continues to grow.
The nanotech circuits on today’s microchips can’t be seen with the human eye, but they support a $150-billion industry that employs nearly 250,000 people across the U.S. From the January/February 2013 issue