M-Tek will make parts for the Honda Odyssey and Pilot and the Acrua MBX, and will hire 200 workers on a $6.5 million investment.
International Paper spent nearly $90 million to convert the facility after it laid off more than 1,100 people there when it closed the mill in 2010.
Central American Foods LLC establish its first U.S. production facility after exporting cheese to the U.S. for five years.
The electronics maker said that it is spending more than $14 million over the next few years to expand manufacturing and research in Fountain Inn, S.C.
The plant could help local farmers secure fertilizer without having to rely on imports, and also use natural gas byproduct from oil production in North Dakota.
ATCO, based in Alberta, Canada, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony in eastern Idaho where it's created 190 jobs to make housing for oil and mining sites.
The $54 million expansion of the Magneti Marelli plant will put a dent in the jobless rate of Giles Country, which hovers around 9 percent.
Honda will hire more than 100 engineers, managers and others in the next three months so it can build the Acura MDX in Talladega County.
AnC Bio, a South Korean company that manufactures artificial organs, will spend build a $50 million plant that could also lease out clean rooms to business from around the world.
The planned aircraft assembly plant in Mobile will cost $600 million to build, and could fuel more aerospace companies and jobs in the area.
Elovations Services Group LLC announced the $13.7 million Erlanger expansion and said northern Kentucky is an ideal location.
Increased sales of polymer pistols and modern sporting rifles helped S&W paid down $30 million of debt and increase its manufacturing capabilities.
The plant, located in Canton, opened in 2003 and currently has about 3,900 workers making six different vehicles already.
Porter's Fabrications will spend $2.5 million to increase its capacity in the Sumter plant it opened about eight years ago.
Among the more ambitious proposals for the Marcus Hook refinery is a multibillion-dollar plant to convert gas into liquefied natural gas for export.
Apple will open two facilities in northern Nevada as part of a $1 billion investment over 10 years, thanks to a 79 percent reduction in its tax burden.
An Alabama plant would enable Airbus to produce planes squarely in the territory of archrival Boeing Co., and at a lower cost than European facilities.
The company will add 380 more workers this summer for a new line of refrigerators, and is still sifting through 16,000 applications received earlier this year.
Southwest Products Corps. will initially hire 90 people to work in the 165,000-square-foot plant, which is expected to open in fall 2013.
Several workers have raised concerns about safety, particularly about erosion and corrosion in tanks and piping, where maintenance will be impossible due to radiation.
Nucor announced that it is joining with Yamato Kogyo Co. to expand production into wider, stronger and lighter sheet piling sections.
Haynes CEO Mark Comerford says the $24M investment will add about 20 percent to the Kokomo factory's capacity and create 40 new jobs.
Coca-Cola said its first-quarter volume in India rose 20 percent, while growth at home is almost completely stalled.
Ur-Energy anticipates an annual output of 1 million to 2 million pounds of refined yellowcake uranium powder, which could be a boon for nuclear power plants.