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A sampling of Virginia’s recent economic development announcements (2016-2017)


SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA Botetourt County: ELDOR Corp. announced plans to open its fi rst U.S. production plant in Botetourt County, which was expected to create 350 jobs. The company makes ignition systems, engine control units, braking systems actuators, and power/electronics management systems for hybrid and electric vehicles.


Pulaski County: Phoenix Pack- aging Operations LLC plans to invest $48.7 million to expand operations and create 145 jobs in Pulaski County. The company is a subsidiary of Grupo Phoe- nix, which makes rigid packag- ing containers for the food and beverage industry.


Wise County: Frontier Secure’s customer care center in Wise County is expected to create up to 500 jobs. The company provides online security protec- tion to individuals and small businesses. Frontier’s products include identity protection, computer security and cloud backup and sharing.


SOUTHERN VIRGINIA


Danville: Dallas-based Telvista Inc. revealed plans to add 150 jobs in Danville, where it has operated a facility since 2005. Telvista provides bilingual contact center solutions for companies that want to enhance their customer relationships.


Henry County: Sweden- based Starsprings, a privately- held spring and spring-unit manufacturer, announced plans to invest $3.7 million to establish its fi rst U.S. manufacturing operation in Henry County. The new facility was expected to create 68 jobs when announced in 2016.


Martinsville: Nationwide Custom Homes announced plans to expand production at its Martinsville manufacturing operations, a $986,342


ADVERTISING VIRGINIA BUSINESS S11


investment expected to add 59 jobs. The expansion was expected to increase production by about 35 percent to accommodate growth in demand for modular housing.


CENTRAL VIRGINIA


Dinwiddie County: Germany- based grocer Aldi announced plans to invest $57 million to establish a division headquar- ters and 500,000-square-foot distribution facility in Dinwiddie County. The project is expected to create 145 new jobs.


Richmond: CoStar Group Inc. announced plans to hire 732 people for a new research and software development center in Richmond. The company will in- vest $8.17 million in the project.


Mechanicsville-based Owens & Minor will make a multi-year, multi-million dollar investment to establish a new Client En- gagement Center in downtown Richmond. The health-care services company will occupy approximately 90,000 square feet at Riverfront Plaza.


SHENANDOAH VALLEY


Augusta County: The Lyndhurst-based Innovative Refrigeration Systems plans to invest $1.6 million and create 100 new jobs in Augusta County. The company makes industrial refrigeration systems. Founded in 1993, Innovative Refrigeration Systems has grown from a family-owned garage shop to a nationwide company.


Frederick County: Amazon announced plans to build a 1 million-square-foot distribution center and warehouse in Frederick County, which will create more than 1,000 jobs. Amazon is investing more than $100 million in the new facility being built at the White Hall Commerce Center.


Medical device manufacturer Thermo Fisher Scientifi c also is expanding in Frederick County. The company is investing $9.5 million to expand in the area, a move that will create 57 jobs. More than 300 people work at the company’s local facility.


HAMPTON ROADS


Chesapeake: Dollar Tree announced plans to invest $110 million to expand its headquarters in Chesapeake, creating 600 jobs. The discount retailer will construct the tallest tower in the city for the expansion.


Newport News: Plumbing wholesaler Ferguson


announced a major expansion at its Newport News


headquarters. The company is investing $82.8 million to add a campus at City Center at Oyster Point, a move expected to create 434 jobs and retain 891 positions.


Norfolk: ADP is investing $32.3 million to establish a regional customer service center in


Norfolk, a project expected to create 1,800 jobs. The company is a provider of cloud-based human capital management solutions and a provider of business outsourcing services.


NORTHERN VIRGINIA


Arlington County: Food and drink company Nestlé USA will invest $39.8 million to relocate its U.S. corporate headquarters operation to Arlington County from California. The project will create 748 jobs.


Fairfax County: Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Amazon. com company, chose Fairfax Campus for its new East Coast corporate campus, which is expected to create up to 1,500 new jobs. AWS provides cloud computing services, including web and application hosting, storage and backup.


Favor TechConsulting LLC, an IT solutions company, plans to invest $1.65 million to establish its headquarters in the Tysons Corner area of Fairfax County. The company expects to create 1,200 new jobs during the next fi ve years.


Granules India Ltd. is planning to invest $35 million to expand its pharmaceutical research and development and manufacturing operation in Fairfax County.The expansion is expected to create 102 new jobs.


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