Job Creation

Rockford, IL Awarded US EDA Grant For Midfield Aviation Industrial Park Project

The U.S. Economic Development Administration has awarded a more than $2.5 million grant to the Greater Rockford Airport Authority of Rockford, IL in support of the Midfield Aviation Industrial Park Project at Chicago Rockford International Airport (RFD).

Chicago/Rockford International Airport

Chicago/Rockford International Airport (photo -Jake Mackenzie/wikimedia)

Greater Rockford economic development benefits from the project include the creation of 515 jobs associated with the region’s growing aerospace cluster, and the generation of $18 million in private investment.

Specifically, the EDA investment facilitates the establishment of a large AAR facility at RFD that was announced last year. AAR, the third-largest maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider in the world, is building a new 200,000-square-foot MRO facility on RFD grounds that will operate 24 hours a day and will service next-generation, wide-body aircraft.

The project is also supported by a $15 million state investment provided by the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) through Build Illinois bond funds. AAR will also get $600,000 in workforce training funds as it hires new employees at the facility.

In a release announcing the federal funding award for the project, U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker said that the EDA investment will create new economic and job opportunities for the people of Rockford.

EDA’s investment will go towards upgrades of road infrastructure, including the realignment and reconstruction of Cessna Drive, associated with the establishment of the aviation industrial park.

The Greater Rockford Airport Authority is developing the Midfield Aviation Industrial Park (MAIP) in collaboration with Rock Valley Community College and three private employers located in the region. Apart from the AAR facility, Rock Valley College will also establish a presence at MAIP.

The EDA investment will also open up significant property at Chicago Rockford International Airport for additional development of future economic development projects. The recession had a severe impact on the region, and MAIP will help RFD attract additional cargo operators, potentially bringing hundreds of additional air cargo handling, mechanic and flight crew jobs.

U.S. Senator for Illinois Dick Durbin said in a release that he is confident that investing in this project will pay dividends for decades to come by expanding economic opportunity in the region, and creating better jobs for Northern Illinois. “The Chicago Rockford International Airport is one of our state’s most important transportation assets, and has proven itself as an economic engine for the entire region,” added Sen. Durbin.

RFD Director Mike Dunn noted that moving projects like these forward significantly benefit the airport and the region. “This type of funding would allow us to continue to develop opportunities and ensure the long-term job growth in our community and further expand our world-class facilities,” added Dunn.

Ohio Tax Credits Approved For Four Greater Cincinnati Economic Development Projects

At its latest monthly meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) approved state assistance for eight projects that will create a combined total of 2,164 jobs, retain 1,415 jobs and generate $103.8 million in investment statewide.

Ohio jobs

Ohio jobs (photo – americaspower/flickr)

Four of these eight proposals are Greater Cincinnati economic development projects that will lead to the creation of 1,119 new jobs and retention of 218 current positions.

By far the largest project of the lot in terms of job creation is CDK Global’s proposed Services Center of Excellence in the Greater Cincinnati area. The company is planning to make a capital investment of $9,750,000, and will employ approximately 1,000 people at this new facility.

This project will generate $45 million in new annual payroll and enable the company to retain $3.4 million in existing payroll. The TCA approved a 75 percent, 15-year Job Creation Tax Credit (JCTC) for this project.

CDK Global President and CEO Steve Anenen said in a release that “CDK will benefit from access to a well-educated, diverse labor market and strong business climate in Ohio. The region is surrounded by acclaimed universities, colleges and technical schools, which is what attracted us to the area.”

Johnna Reeder, president and CEO of regional economic development group REDI Cincinnati, noted that September proved to be strong in tech job creation, which supports Greater Cincinnati as an innovation hub, and added that this announced large tech support center will serve thousands of auto dealers worldwide.

Hoffman Estates, IL-based CDK Global (NASDAQ: CDK), with more than $2 billion in revenues, is the largest global provider of integrated information technology and digital marketing solutions to the automotive retail industry. The company provides solutions in more than 100 countries around the world, serving more than 27,000 retail locations and most automotive manufacturers.

The other three Greater Cincinnati projects approved for state assistance are:

Tech Mahindra (Americas) Inc. – The company’s expansion project in the City of Blue Ash will create 50 full-time jobs. Tech Mahindra is investing $100,000 and was approved by the TCA to receive a 50 percent, seven-year JCTC for this project.

RelaDyne LLC – RelaDyne’s $1.44 million expansion in the Cities of Springdale and Blue Ash will enable the creation of 30 new jobs and retention of 101 jobs. The TCA approved a 45 percent, six-year Job Creation Tax Credit for this project.

PFFA Acquisition, LLC – PFF supplies advanced football data and analysis to teams, media, agents and players, and counts 19 NFL teams among its customers. Its expansion in the City of Cincinnati will create 39 new jobs and retain two jobs. The TCA approved a 45 percent, six-year Job Creation Tax Credit for this project.

Apart from these four Greater Cincinnati area projects, the TCA also awarded state assistance to four other projects, including a $12.8 million expansion by Navistar, Inc. in the City of Springfield, OH. The company, which manufactures and sells commercial and military trucks, buses and diesel engines, expects to create 300 new jobs as part of the expansion. The TCA approved a 60 percent, six-year Job Creation Tax Credit for this project.

A.J.M. Packaging Corporation’s expansion in the City of Bellevue, which is creating 150 new jobs, was awarded a 55 percent, eight-year JCTC. A new facility being established by Big Heart Pet Brands in the City of Orrville which is creating 400 jobs was approved to receive 75 percent, 14-year JCTC.

Lastly, medical device company NuVasive Manufacturing, LLC’s expansion project in Ohio with 195 new jobs at a location that is yet to be finalized was approved to receive a 65 percent, seven-year JCTC.

Waukesha, WI Shocked at GE Plan to Relocate Gas Engine Manufacturing Plant to Canada

Continuing its spree of investment decisions outside the United States over the Ex-Im Bank row, General Electric has now announced that GE Power & Water will invest $265 million in Canada to open a new facility to build engines.

Ex-Im Bank

Ex-Im Bank (photo – exim.gov)

The company will cease manufacturing gas engines in Waukesha, WI, where it currently employs 350 people at its manufacturing facility which builds gas engines for compression, mechanical drive and power generation applications.

The company made its plans known without any advance notice to employees and local officials in Waukesha. Apart from the impact of the jobs loss on Waukesha economic development, there are more than 400 U.S. suppliers who will also be impacted. In Wisconsin alone, suppliers generate almost $47 million in revenue from the plant.

Waukesha Mayor Shawn Reilly issued a statement saying that “I was shocked and dismayed when I learned this morning that General Electric will be eliminating 350 good-paying manufacturing jobs in Waukesha. My hope is that this is not a final decision and I will be able to work with General Electric and our state and federal partners to retain these important jobs here.”

Mayor Reilly will be meeting personally with GE officials, and has also reached out to Governor Scott Walker, U.S. Representative Jim Sensenbrenner, and U.S. Senators for Wisconsin Ron Johnson and Tammy Baldwin to help enlist their help in persuading GE to stay in Waukesha.

The manufacturing plant in question has a long history dating back to 1906 when it was founded as the Waukesha Motor Company. GE purchased Waukesha Motor from Dresser Industries in 2010.

GE separately issued a release in which the company explains that it made the decision to build this new facility in Canada in order to access additional support from the country’s export credit agency, Export Development Canada. EDC actively supports global expansion for manufacturers based in Canada, supporting over 7,000 customers in close to 200 countries last year.

GE has been seeking support from export credit agencies around the world after the authorization for the U.S. Export-Import Bank lapsed on July 1. Earlier this month, GE Power & Water announced plans to move production and 500 jobs to France, Hungary and China.

GE Aviation announced plans to Invest $400 million to create a turboprop engine development, test and production operation in Europe with 500 to 1,000 new jobs after signing an agreement with France’s export credit agency COFACE.

GE also recently signed an agreement with the UK Export Finance (UKEF) to access $12 billion in export credit financing for both confirmed and potential orders that could create as many as 1,000 jobs in the U.K.

John Rice, Vice Chairman, GE, said in the release that “We know these announcements will have regrettable impact not only on our employees but on the hundreds of U.S. suppliers we work with that cannot move their facilities, but we cannot walk away from our customers.”

Amazon to Expand in Downtown Detroit With Creation of Tech Hub

Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced plans for an expansion of its operations in Downtown Detroit, including the opening of a new technology hub.

Amazon

Amazon (photo – BCRP/flickr)

The company, which already occupies space and about 100 employees in the Jefferson Office Tower in downtown Detroit, will be taking up more space in the same building and will convert the office into a technology hub by next year.

Apart from Amazon’s investment into the expansion and the creation of an undisclosed number of new jobs, another key benefit will be the fact that Amazon chose to establish a tech hub in the downtown area.

It ensures the continued growth of downtown Detroit’s reputation as a magnet for large tech enterprises and the jobs they create. Amazon’s tech hub joins the large existing Detroit operations of companies including Microsoft, Google, Twitter, Uber, Detroit Labs, UpTo, Quicken Loans and other tech giants.

Amazon also announced that it is partnering with Detroit Public Schools to further STEM education through the Carver STEM Academy, to help students who are interested in working in the tech industry. Amazon will be donating $10,000 and 30 Amazon Fire tablets towards this partnership.

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and other officials joined Amazon executives and the presidents of the University of Michigan and Michigan State University at an event held at the Cobo Center near Amazon’s office at 150 W. Jefferson to announce of the company’s expansion.

In a release announcing the expansion, Gov. Snyder said that “It’s exciting to see Amazon creating a presence in Detroit and I’m proud to have them here.”

Mayor Duggan added that when one of America’s most admired companies chooses the City of Detroit as place to open its Michigan headquarters, it’s a great day.

This Monday is going to get even better for downtown Detroit economic development, because the Amazon announcement in the morning will be followed by another high-tech automotive expansion project announcement  today in the Capitol Park Historic District in downtown Detroit.

Southfield, MI-based Lear Corporation [NYSE: LEA], a leading global supplier of automotive seating and electrical distribution systems with approximately 135,000 employees located in 35 countries, will be announcing the selection of Capitol Park as the location for their new high-tech design hub. The building in question in Capitol Park was formerly occupied by Brown Brothers Tobacco Co., and is now owned by Bedrock Real Estate Services.

Cargill Plans $111M Investment in Columbus, NE, Relocates Ground Beef Production to WI, TX

Cargill announced plans for a $111 million investment that will enable the company to convert its ground beef patty production plant in Columbus, NE to a cooked meats facility. The ground beef operations will be relocated to other Cargill facilities in Fort Worth, TX and Butler, WI.

Cargill

Cargill (photo – cargill.com)

Upon completion, the investment and the company’s conversion plans for the plant will prove beneficial for Nebraska economic development, but it will in the short-run impact 80 of the 250 existing jobs at the facility.

When the cooked meats facility is fully operational, the company says it will employ approximately the same number of people currently working at the ground beef plant.

Meanwhile, Cargill is providing each of the affected employees opportunities to fill open positions at other Cargill facilities in the region, and will support them with relocation if required. So while Columbus won’t gain or lose any jobs, the company will in effect be creating about 80 new jobs for the region.

The project will also lead to expansions of Cargill’s existing ground beef plants in Fort Worth and Butler. Approximately $27 million of the total investment will go toward these plants, where additional new production lines will be installed.

In a release announcing the project, Chris Roberts, president of Wichita, KS-based Cargill Value Added Protein, said that “This is a win-win for our customers, Cargill and the community, and something we believe is important for us to do to maintain our competitive edge in the marketplace going forward.”

John Niemann, president of Cargill Turkey and Cooked Meats, also located in Wichita, added that “This project, especially the investment we’re making in Columbus, is significant and exciting, and it represents our long-term commitment to current and future Cargill customers, as well as to the community.”

Founded in 1865 and headquartered in Minnetonka, in the Minneapolis suburbs, Cargill is now the largest privately-held corporation in the U.S. with $134.87 billion in sales and other revenue. The company has 152,000 employees in 67 countries, including 50,000 in North America.

Cargill’s 75 businesses are organized around four major segments – agriculture, food, financial and industrial products and services. They also develop and market sustainable products made from agriculture feedstocks.

“From Cargill’s humble beginning in rural Iowa during 1865, the company has maintained a deeply seated sense of responsibility to help feed and nourish people, and we are serious about doing so in a transparent and sustainable way that helps everyone in the value chain thrive,” added Niemann.

Florida Governor’s Economic Development Trip to Kentucky Brings Jobs to Miramar

1st Choice Aerospace, which specializes in aircraft component parts sales and repair services to aviation industry clients, is expanding its operations in Miramar, FL.

1st Choice Aerospace

1st Choice Aerospace (photo – firstchoice.aero)

Supported by State of Florida, Broward County and Miramar economic development incentives, the company is creating 40 new jobs and will be making a capital investment of $7 million.

FCA already has 45 employees at existing locations in Hebron, KY and Miramar, FL. The 40 new jobs being created will have an average annual wage of $65,848, which exceeds 150 percent of the average annual wage in Broward County.

The announcement was made in Lexington, KY by Governor Rick Scott, who is visiting Kentucky as part of a jobs mission to attract Kentucky businesses to relocate to Florida. Florida secured the1st Choice Aerospace expansion over competition from sites in Kentucky and Ohio.

In a release announcing FCA’s choice of Miramar for the expansion, Gov. Scott said that “While 1st Choice Aerospace had the opportunity to expand in Kentucky, they ultimately chose Florida as the best place to grow their business.”

The Governor added that he looks forward to meeting with more companies while in Kentucky to encourage them to move and expand in Florida.

1st Choice Aerospace is a minority-owned small business that specializes in pneumatics, crew seats, O2, fuel, cargo, and waste systems for commercial, cargo, and military aircraft. Owner Chris Yeazelare said in the release that they are pleased with the additional capacity and global outreach that this strategic location will afford them, allowing them to further accommodate their customers’ needs and execute on them.

Enterprise Florida, Inc. and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) worked with Broward County, the City of Miramar, and the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance to secure this project.

Florida DEO Executive Director Jesse Panuccio said in the release that with the expansion of 1st Choice Aerospace, Broward County continues its impressive streak of job growth and economic diversification.

“Small businesses are the backbone of Florida’s economy and the Scott Administration supports an economic climate in which they can thrive,” added Panuccio.

Earlier this year, Broward County Commissioners and the Miramar City Council both approved their 10 percent share of local incentives for “Project Eagle” under the QTI Tax Refund Program. The company was approved for a total of $160,000, including $128,000 from the State of Florida and $16,000 each from Broward County and the City of Miramar.

Amtrak $2.5B Contract For Alstom to Create Jobs For Southern Tier and Upstate New York

Later today, Amtrak’s Board of Directors is expected to announce the selection of Alstom for a $2.5 billion contract to build the next generation high-speed trains that will operate on the Northeast Corridor.

Amtrak Northeast

Amtrak Northeast (photo – Texugo/wikipedia)

The ripple effect of the project on the Southern Tier and Upstate New York economic development includes the creation of a total of 750 jobs. Alstom by itself expects to create 400 direct new jobs at its Steuben County facility in Hornell, NY.

Amtrak is making such a huge investment because its Acela service is currently leasing trains that were acquired in 1994. The leases are set to expire between 2021 and 2023, so Amtrak needs to replace its fleet and improve on it with next generation high-speed trains.

Not to mention that ridership and ticket revenue on the Northeast Corridor has increased spectacularly over the last decade, so Amtrak needs to purchase trains that meet the high demand and quality conditions. The Northeast Corridor generated nearly $500 million in profits last year, and the Acela service saw 28 days during the last fiscal year where daily trips exceeded 14,000 passengers.

The financing for the project will be provided through by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing program. Through RIFF, DOT provides direct loans and loan guarantees to finance the development of railroad infrastructure. Amtrak’s $2.5 billion contract would make use of such an RIFF loan.

The 400 new jobs created by Alstom for Hornell and Steuben County will be in addition to the more than 1,000 people which the company already employs in Upstate New York. Alstom has manufactured and serviced trains across the U.S. for more than 150 years, in the process creating sustainable jobs in the City of Hornell and driving economic development in the Southern Tier and across Upstate New York.

Globally, Alstom Transport, which is part of the France-based Alstom Group, has 90 sites in 60 countries and employs around 28,000 people. In the last fiscal year, the company generated €6.2 billion in sales and booked €10 billion worth of orders.

U.S. Senator for New York Charles E. Schumer, who had visited Steuben County earlier this year and urged DOT to award the Amtrak contract to Alstom, was once again in Steuben County ahead of the announcement by the Amtrak Board. He was joined by local and county elected officials and economic development leaders.

In a release announcing the Amtrak Board’s decision to award the contract to Alstom, Sen. Schumer said that “This contract will add a massive injection of economic energy and hundreds of good-paying jobs for the economically struggling Southern Tier.”

Sen. Schumer added that it will prove to be a win-win-win that would improve rail safety, bring jobs to Upstate New York, and improve the Amtrak experience for passengers along the entire Northeast Corridor.

Lenoir County Economic Development Lands North State Aviation MRO Facility

North State Aviation, the largest tenant at Smith Reynolds Airport in Winston-Salem, NC, is expanding its operations with plans to open a new facility at the North Carolina Global TransPark in Lenoir County, NC.

North State Aviation

North State Aviation (photo – northstateaviation.com)

Supported by North Carolina Commerce, the Lenoir County Economic Development Department, and other state and local organizations, the company will invest $900,000 and plans to create 109 new jobs over the next two years.

These will be jobs that pay an average of $39,688, significantly higher than the $32,164 prevailing average annual wage in Lenoir County.

North State Aviation, headquartered in Winston-Salem, already has more than 400 employees. The company specializes in in the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of large transport aircraft, and is a Certified FAR 145 Repair Station with Heavy Maintenance, Modification and Repair capabilities, and also has D100 authority for MRO work on Boeing 727, 737 -200 thru -900 series, 757 -200 and -300 series.

The new facility at the Global TransPark will serve a client list that includes major commercial airlines. In a release announcing the company’s expansion into Lenoir County, Governor Pat McCrory said that “North Carolina is pleased to support North State Aviation as it launches its new presence at the Global TransPark.”

North State Aviation President Charlie Creech said in the release that they anticipate continued success and plan for this expansion at GTP to be another seed operation that will grow in size and scope as their operation in Winston-Salem has done.

In order to secure the project, the company has been offered a performance-based grant of up to $250,000 from the One North Carolina Fund.

Apart from NC Commerce and the Economic Development Partnership of NC (EDPNC), the project also received support from other state entities including the North Carolina Department of Transportation, NC Works, and the North Carolina Global TransPark Authority.

Local support for the project was provided by Lenoir County, the Lenoir County Economic Development Department, Lenoir Community College, and the Lenoir County Committee of 100.

North Carolina Transportation Secretary Nick Tennyson, who was present for the announcement in Kinston, said they are pleased to support the continued growth of aviation in the state and to help bring more job opportunities to the people of Eastern North Carolina.

NC Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III noted that North State Aviation’s choice of Lenoir County for this new maintenance center is more evidence that North Carolina’s competitive costs, ready workforce and accessibility put them on the short list of aerospace and aviation industry destinations.

Subaru Announces Expansion With 1204 Jobs in Lafayette, Indiana

Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc. (SIA) has announced plans for an expansion of its Lafayette, IN facility to increase its annual production capacity by 100,000 units.

Subaru

Subaru (photo – Bernat/flickr)

Supported by state tax credits, training grants, and Tippecanoe County and Lafayette economic development incentives, SIA will invest $140.2 million, and expects to create 1,204 new jobs by 2017.

SIA already semploys 3,800 employees at the 832-acre site in Lafayette, which produced 297,734 vehicles in the last fiscal year.

The last time that Governor Mike Pence went to Japan on an economic development trip in September, it was after a $400 million investment plan was announced by Subaru in 2013 to bring manufacturing of the Impreza to its manufacturing plant in Lafayette, IN.

Subaru is now once again announcing a new investment in Lafayette, and it comes right after Gov. Pence’s return last week from another economic development trip to Japan. While in Japan, the Governor met with executives from several major automotive companies including Subaru, Honda, Mitsubishi and Toyota.

In a release announcing this new investment, Gov. Pence said that “Last week, executives at Subaru’s parent company told us they are choosing to locate 1,200 new jobs in Indiana because of the long-term relationships we’ve developed and the business climate we’ve built, two things that we’ll keep doing to make sure Indiana remains a state that works.”

Subaru of America, Inc., which markets and distributes Subaru vehicles, parts and accessories, is headquartered in Cherry Hill, NJ. Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc. (SIA) is a subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries, Ltd. The Lafayette, IN plant is the company’s home for North American Subaru production. Apart from the Subaru Impreza, Legacy and Outback, SIA also produces the Toyota Camry under contract with Toyota.

Tom Easterday, executive vice president of SIA, said in the release that “The substantial increase in production volume at SIA will also result in new jobs and investment by many of our suppliers across Indiana. We greatly appreciate the support of state and local government for this significant economic development project.”

The announcement of a $400 million investment and 900 new jobs made by Subaru in 2013 to bring production of the Impreza to the United States was facilitated by $10 million in state incentives, comprised of $9.5 million in conditional tax credits and $500,000 in training grants.

This time, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation has once again offered Subaru of Indiana Automotive up to $7,650,000 in conditional tax credits and up to $250,000 in training grants based on the company’s job creation plans. The city of Lafayette and Tippecanoe County will additionally consider local incentives at the request of the Greater Lafayette Commerce.

Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski said in the release that this news marks yet another significant investment in their growing community.

Iowa Approves Economic Development Financing for Denison Bacon Plant Expansion

The Iowa Economic Development Authority board has approved tax benefits and financial assistance for two projects that will create a combined total of 199 jobs and bring more than $24 million in new capital investment for the state.

Denison, IA

Denison, IA (photo – Billwhittaker/wikipedia)

One of the projects is an expansion of the Quality Food Processors bacon plant in Denison, IA. The company produces bacon products and ready-to-eat smoked meats on contract for its customers, which includes brands such as King Cotton and Blue Ribbon.

Quality Food Processors LLC has landed a new long-term supply agreement, and is moving forward with a capital investment of $21.7 million. As part of this expansion, the company plans to purchase the property which it currently leases, and will add 15,000 square feet of space for a new bacon cooking line, while also upgrading the existing facilities at the plant.

The expansion and new investment will enable QFP to triple its workforce. The company already has 100 employees at its Denison plant, and expects to create 200 new jobs.

These jobs in the food industry mean a lot for Crawford County and Denison economic development, and will help the region recover from the impact of the Tyson Foods beef plant closure announcement last month. Tyson Foods is laying off 400 employees as part of the closure.

The IEDA board has approved $1 million in state assistance for Quality Food Processors through the Economic Development Set-Aside (EDSA) program. This will be a forgivable loan, subject to the company meeting its job creation commitments. QFP will have to create 195 jobs at a qualifying wage of $12.70 per hour.

The second project approved for state incentives is an expansion by Greater Machining & Manufacturing Co. in Independence, IA. The company, which serves the aerospace, electronics and high-tech industries, offers a variety of secondary manufacturing processes that help eliminate the need to send machined and fabricated parts to multiple vendors.

Greater Machining is now planning a $2.5 million investment for new machinery and equipment that will expand its production capacity, and for upgrading its research and development activities. The company’s expansion plans t include the creation of four new jobs.

In order to support this project, the IEDA board has approved up to $82,250 in High Quality Jobs Program (HQJP) tax benefits for Greater Machining & Manufacturing Co. As part of the agreement, the company must create two of the jobs at a qualifying wage of $15.53 per hour.

Apart from these two economic development projects, the IEDA also approved innovation funding for six startups (1Comm Medical, Inc., BirdDogHR, BOGO Bowl, ClinicNote, Fastpath, and Infondrian, LLC) through the Iowa Innovation Acceleration Propel Fund and the Proof of Commercial Relevance Fund.

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