Manufacturing Boom: New Facilities and Expansions

March 30, 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.


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Chess Pieces Acquisition
NED Newswire

Manufacturing Acquisitions: Part 1

March 7, 2022
Learn about the latest acquisitions in the industry including Motion Industries, Seco Tools, Honeywell, Daburn Electronics, and more.
Centrisys Corporation
Expanded building area
Plant Operations

Facility Expansion Prepares Centrisys for Next-Generation Manufacturing

Aug. 9, 2019
Information taken from a discussion with Michael Kopper, the CEO and founder of Centrisys, and Bill Fairbairn, Vice President and Building Expansion Manager at the company.
The Raymond Corporation
Raymond Workers
Plant Operations

2018 IW Best Plants Winner: Raymond Corp. Strives for Excellence in OEE and Beyond

March 18, 2019
“We’re trying to foster a learning approach because the business is changing,” says CEO Michael Field.
Volvo Cars USA
Volvo Cars automotive plant rises in Berkeley County, S.C.
Industry Trends

America’s New Factory Building Frenzy

June 15, 2018
A flurry of new manufacturing facilities has begun popping up across the U.S. In this environment of low unemployment, skills deficits and shifting corporate paradigms, this abundance...