The success of the company’s business model, ranging from urban Northern Virginia to the New River Valley and rural Southwest Virginia, demonstrates the assets, infrastructure, and talent that can be found across the Commonwealth’s diverse regions.
Less than 10 years ago, Morgan Olson’s Michigan facility was manufacturing 100% of the company’s step van orders. As the preferred walk-in step van body company with plants at full capacity, Morgan Olson needed to grow to meet customers’ needs.
Just two years after the decision to open its first U.S. stave mill operation in Bath County, Speyside Bourbon Cooperage announced a $26 million investment in 2018 to establish a new cooperage in Smyth County and invested $9 million in a new stave mill facility in Washington County.
Grupo Phoenix first established its North American headquarters in Pulaski County in 2010. By 2017, the company had expanded three times at the manufacturing operation, for a total of $106.2 million in capital investment and 585 new jobs.
Carry-On Trailer's manufacturing operation in Westmoreland County had experienced a steady increase in demand since its establishment in 2004, and the next phase of the company's growth entailed extending its market reach into the Northeast and Canada.
England Furniture’s employees had been working overtime at its headquarters in Tennessee, and the management team sought a new, strategically located facility with the space and dedicated workforce to accommodate continued growth.
JM Conveyors began its search in 2017 for the perfect site to house a new product line. After exploring real estate across the East Coast, Virginia stood out for its business-friendly environment and portfolio of ready-made sites.
When faced with the pressures of sequestration in 2012, MAG Aerospace turned to the global marketplace for new contracts with support from VEDP’s flagship Virginia Leaders in Export Trade (VALET) program.
Massimo Zanetti Beverage, the largest privately held and family owned coffee company in the world, set out in 2012 to navigate new international markets with support from VEDP’s experienced International Trade division.
Demand for New Ravenna’s luxury mosaic tile products began to skyrocket in 2016, and the company sought to discover if its home in Northampton County could accommodate the rapid growth.
Upon landing additional customer business in 2014, Monogram needed to select one of its existing facilities to add capacity rapidly.
Facebook needed to invest in a new data center to increase capacity while also keeping its energy footprint low and set out to find the location of its eighth U.S. data center.
Since its founding in 1972 in Italy, Eldor Corporation has grown to be a leading global supplier to the world’s premier automotive manufacturers and was interested in expanding its manufacturing division into the United States market.
Seeking to consolidate its client engagement activities located throughout the U.S. into one state-of-the-art facility, Owens & Minor wanted a sizeable urban location that would attract an educated millennial workforce.
Navy Federal Credit Union needed to increase its workforce to meet current and future demand in a location that could accommodate major growth.
In need of two sites and two workforces, Virginia presented Lidl with the best business case to successfully compete.
Ferguson had grown from a local distributor to the nation's leading distributor of residential and commercial plumbing supplies, and still needed to grow its team by hundreds of employees to keep up with its growth.
The largest real estate data firm in the U.S. wanted a home that will attract new college graduates – the majority of its workforce – and be affordable enough to retain talent.
In June 2017, Amazon Web Services announced plans to establish its East Coast corporate campus at One Dulles Tower in Fairfax County, creating up to 1,500 new jobs.
The global provider of cloud-based human capital management solutions wanted an urban space that could accommodate its needs and attract a strong pipeline of talent.
After an arduous selection process that spanned 20 cities, Nestlé USA announced it would establish its U.S. headquarters in Arlington County, creating 748 new jobs.