New Hampshire

Development News | March 1, 2013
NH: Hypertherm to Open Manufacturing Expansion, Adding 500 New Jobs   

Manufacturer of advanced cutting systems celebrating official grand opening of new 160,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Hanover. More>>


Industry News | August 10, 2012
$9M Investment in Rural Communities to Foster Job Creation and Innovation   

Winners of Rural Jobs and Innovation Accelerator Challenge to strengthen regional industry clusters, rural economies in 12 states. More>>


Industry News | August 10, 2012
AWEA, RENEW-NE Applaud New England Governors’ Renewable Energy Resolution    

Action enabling long-term contracts will help keep cost of wind power low. More>>


Development News | July 16, 2012
NH: Freudenberg North America Plans Capital Investments, Hiring up to 100   

NH's largest families of industrial companies anticipates hiring up to 100 new employees, investing millions in robust commitment to manufacturing. More>>


Industry News | June 18, 2012
NH Gov. Signs Landmark Legislation Reforming Telecommunications Regulation   

Regulations to promote environment that encourages innovation and continued investment in telecommunications services. More>>


Agency | July 19, 2011
The Dover Business & Industrial Development Authority   

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Development News | April 25, 2011
NH: Quebec Company Expands Operations in Claremont   

A Quebec-based firm has found that expanding their operation to New Hampshire has helped them build a bridge to ongoing company... More>>


Agency | April 19, 2011
Pease Development Authority   

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Development News | March 31, 2011
NH: Albany Engineered Composites Plans Expansion   

Albany International Corp. (NYSE:AIN) announced that its aerospace composites subsidiary, Albany Engineered Composites, Inc. (AEC), will be further... More>>


Development News | September 20, 2009
BAE Systems Wins $2 Billion in Contracts   

Lexington-based BAE Systems won $2 billion in contracts which will be used to build laser targeting and weather visibility systems. Due to these... More>>