The company will provide more than 2,500 U.S. Army trucks and trailers, and is in the running to win a different contract worth as much as $20 billion.
The company, which supplies equipment to the gas and oil drilling industry, hopes to employ about 60 workers.
Toyota Motor Corp. expects auto sales in North America to rebound, so it's investing $80 million to build more of the popular RAV4 small SUVs.
State officials gave the retailer two more years before it has to start collecting sales taxes in exchange for as many as 1,000 employees.
The legislation, backed by Silicon Valley, exempts young companies from SEC rules in order to reduce the costs and red tape of raising capital.
Saf-T-Cart, which makes steel welding carts and storage products is expanding its operations in Clarksdale with a $240,000 investment.
Equipment manufacturers often say that right now is the best time to make a major investment, even in the midst of a recession. Maybe it's not about when, but how.
The company showed off the International LoadStar truck, which will be made at a plant with as many as 2,200 employees.
Busche Enterprise, which makes castings and forgings for John Deere GM, will spend $17MM to equip a 36,000-square-foot factory.
The automotive supplier specializes in plastic injection molding and will create 160 jobs with the investment.
German automaker says it will create 800 new jobs at its Chattanooga plant to ramp up production of the Passat.
Ford laid the cornerstone for a new factory in India on Thursday, pressing ahead with expansion plans despite an uncertain outlook for Asia's No. 3 economy.
The roughly $200 million project will expand the capacity of its Xuzhou, China, plant to make excavators by 80 percent.
The Augusta plant will employ 140 and open in early 2014, at which point it will make Via instant coffee and ingredients for Frappucinos.
Nexans, a worldwide leader in the cable industry, announced today that its new high voltage power cable manufacturing plant, an $85 million investment, is expected to create up to 200 new jobs.
The manufacturer of propulsion and power solutions said the investment is expected to generate 20 new jobs over the next two years.
SiO2 Medical Products is investing $90 million in the Alabama plant, which will make products for the biological drugs industry.
Black River Produce has purchased a vacant factory once used by the Ben & Jerry's ice cream company to meet demand for locally produced meats.
Beneke Magnolia has acquired Sanderson Plumbing Products, and the purchase will ensure that 400 jobs remain at the Columbus plant.
DAS, which supplies seats for Kia and Hyundai vehicles, will build a $50 million plant and hire 240 people.
The so-called ethane cracking, or cracker, plant would convert ethane from the Marcellus Shale into more profitable chemicals such as ethylene.
The project will nearly triple the size of the Sumter plant and will add more than 80 jobs to make large hydraulic cylinders.
Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corp. said the plants will process resources extracted by various companies from the Utica Shale.
Sue Wallis, a Wyoming legislator and CEO of Unified Equine, said of some residents' opposition: "Make all the noise you want. We're going into business."