The 18-year loans will aim to help American companies in the solar, wind and thermal power industries make headway in Africa.
The Bennu Glass factory was destined to be mothballed just months ago, but nearly $100 million in investments has the furnace running hotter than ever.
The automaker will invest $220M in a Sterling Heights plant to built the first transmission designed and produced entirely by Ford.
The medical device maker announced that it will cut130 jobs in the Madison area the same day it completed a $3.8B acquisition of Gen-Probe Inc.
Sinopec Yangzi Petrochemical Co. will help Eastman gain more access to fast-growing consumer packaged goods markets in Asia.
The opening of a Green Mountain Coffee Roasters plant in the area will create 800 jobs, a large portion of the 1,100 lost when International Paper closed doors.
The Japanese company has a contract to build 160 new passenger rail cars for the Chicago-area's Metra commuter rail system.
The French-Japanese auto alliance will spend $160 million to boost production by 80,000 vehicles, taking advantage of South Korea's free trade agreement with the U.S.
Despite revenue increasing 4 percent to $18.06 billion, the company's acquisition of struggling online ad business aQuantive cost $6.2 billion.
Financed by $224 million in subsidies, the Caracol Park is the U.S.'s biggest investment in Haiti since the 2010 earthquake clobbered the island country.
Snack dip company Sabra Dipping Co. is breaking ground on a new research and development facility that will include a culinary center, pilot plant and research facilities.
The Seattle coffee chain announced in March that the Augusta, GA facility will make Via instant coffee and ingredients for Frappucinos sold in Starbucks outlets and in grocery stores.
Cleveland Gear Co., a pioneering force behind worm gear manufacturing in the United States, is celebrating 100 years of continuous manufacturing.
ZeeVee, Inc., a developer of high definition video distribution products, recently moved its overseas contract manufacturing operations to Massachusetts from China, where it had been manufacturing since introducing its first-generation products about five years ago. Eventually ZeeVee halted Chinese manufacturing and shifted operations to Suntron, which has manufacturing facilities in Massachusetts, just miles from ZeeVee’s headquarters.
New York-based Sabra says the $28M investment will help establish best practices from food science to product packaging.
Gov. Chris Gregoire lost out to Alabama on Airbus' new facility, but says the company knows "we've got the best (suppliers) in the world."
The company has hired 60 employees to work in a golf accessory plant owned by James M. Davis before he pleaded guilty to his involvement in a Ponzi scheme.
CEO Arun Sawhney said the company is aiming to regularly be first on the U.S. market with just-approved generic drugs.
Bridge building company Big R Bridge plans to invest $1.9 million and hire 30 workers for the facility to manufacture prefabricated bridge parts.
For a supplier like Motion Industries — equal parts cutting-edge practices and classic industrial MRO — a city nestled near the foothills of Appalachia seems like a natural fit.
The Wuhan, China, facility will have the capacity to make about 15,000 tons of Lay's potato chips a year to tap a massive, growing market.
The investment in the Schenectady plant will double production and add 100 new jobs to make more batteries for hybrid locomotives.
Abound Solar had planned to employ 800 to 1,000 people at the factory near Tipton, but bankruptcy has left the state-of-the-art facility in need of a new tenant.
ASCO Inc. will initially invest $60 million and employ 250 people by 2014 because Stillwater has a good location and an existing aerospace industry.