Governor Pat McCrory, N.C. Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of N.C. announced today that Perdue Foods, LLC, will expand its Richmond County production facility and hire an additional 30 workers during the coming three years.
The announcement of Sanderson Farms locating a manufacturing facility in Robeson County is on the Site Selection Group of Dallas, TX ranking of the 20 Most Impactful Projects of 2015. To identify where the mostimpactfulprojects
Keynote Speaker Explains South’s Manufacturing Renaissance. About 100 business, government and community leaders from around southeastern North Carolina gathered last Thursday evening at Whiteville’s Vineland Station for the first-ever annual meeting of The Southeastern Partnership. Included were investors, partners, allies, elected officials and others.
Duke Energy and Sampson Community College today announced a $250,000 investment from the Duke Energy Foundation. “Sampson Community College is grateful for the grant support of $250,000 from Duke Energy to enable our Industrial Systems Technology Program to acquire equipment that will provide state-of-the-art training for our students. The Duke Energy grant funds will be used
Crews plan to break ground Wednesday on undeveloped land in Brunswick County for a facility that marks the start of a new technology park.
Long known for farming and livestock, Southeastern North Carolina is increasingly becoming home to large-scale food processors manufacturing brand-name products for grocery store shelves across the country and beyond.
A new $25 million plant that's being built in Sampson County will convert turkey waste into industrial steam for energy.
Pender Commerce Park has scored a technology first for AT&T in North Carolina, company officials announced Thursday evening.
A growing North American division of a company with facilities throughout the world plans to occupy warehouse space in Brunswick County.
A proposal put forth by the City of Wilmington in collaboration with the University of North Carolina Wilmington, New Hanover County, Marine Bio-Technologies Center of Innovation, the Town of Leland, Brunswick County, NC Biotech Center SE Office and Brunswick Community College, has been selected by North Carolina State’s Institute for Emerging Issues' economic development initiative InnovateNC.