Manufacturing Boom: New Facilities and Expansions (Part 2)

Aug. 16, 2022
Could supply chain help be coming to a city or state near you?

Back in 2021, the manufacturing industry surpassed pre-pandemic levels for production and capacity use with additional factors signaling strong growth into 2022 according to a report from Deloitte—which is astounding considering the supply chain issues and material shortages happening across the industry.

However, these shortages are spurring investment in sustainability priorities, including companies expanding their footprint to reduce supply chain headaches.

Here's a list of the latest new plants and labs popping up all over the country (and some out of the country). Hopefully, some of these will help with your business's supply chain and material shortage issues.

Check out our first part on recent facility expansions around the globe: 


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NED Newswire

Samsung May Build 10 Semiconductor Plants in Texas

July 21, 2022
Applications for school district tax abatements show billions of dollars in new investments on top of the $17 billion plant announced last year.
Intel Gordon Moore Park
Plant Operations

Intel Factory In Oregon Opens $3B Expansion

June 30, 2022
Take a look inside Intel's nearly 500-acre campus in Hillsboro, Oregon.
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Plant Operations

Manufacturing Boom: New Facilities and Expansions

March 30, 2022
Could supply chain help be coming to a city or state near you?
Robots Assembling Tesla Car
Technology Innovations

Wall Street Tours the Tesla Factory and Loves What It Sees

March 16, 2016
In preparation for the Model 3, launching Mar. 31, Tesla Motors spent $1.6 billion on upgrades at it's Fremont, Calif. factory. Investors say the progress from past rollouts is...