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The process of site selection has always been complex. In the past, companies looked for a good building site in close proximity to suppliers and transportation routes, a suitable workforce and educational resources that helped them fill positions, a location that came with local and state incentives and quality of life factors that made for happy employees. While all these things are still necessary components, new parts have been added to the site selection clockworks in recent years, and in this issue, we discuss these new factors. Read more...

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Committed to economic growth and diversification, the City of Miramichi in Canada is recruiting and attracting companies to help grow the cannabis industry. ....Read more
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Ports Move Goods - And the Economy
Ports Move Goods - And the Economy Ports are responsible for more than moving goods. They are also major engines that drive the influx of business development, which in turn has a trickle-down effect to the entire geographic area surrounding the port. Ports come in a number of forms—seaports, riverports and inland ports. Take a look at what is happening at ports coast to coast. Read more...
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Labor Relations
You cannot attend any supply chain industry conference today that does not include sessions on one of the most influential issues: labor. Distribution center design and site selection decision-making are evolving, and in large part, it’s changing to address this critical need that is challenging companies today—attracting and retaining good people. Read more...
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Preparing for a Dynamic Future: Location Strategies for the Plastics Industry
Preparing for a Dynamic Future: Location Strategies for the Plastics Industry From manufacturing to processing, the American plastics industry has become a force from the national level down through to local communities. A single plastics manufacturing plant can bring hundreds, if not thousands, of skilled, well-paid jobs to a community. In addition, plastics facilities bring a supply chain that has localized requirements. Read more...
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Pedal to the Metal
In the fabricated metals industry, while there are several major players in the U.S. and around the world, small to mid-size companies tend to dominate. Fabricated metals companies transform metals into intermediate or end products. Production processes involve forging, stamping, bending, forming, welding or assembly, or a combination of these. Read more...
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