May 09, 2017
As Mother’s Day approaches this weekend, I thought it was timely and appropriate to highlight a Cabarrus County initiative currently in the works aimed at educating and attracting women to non-traditional careers such as advanced manufacturing, automotive, construction, and logistics.
May 08, 2013
In 2009 the Duke Site Readiness Program evaluated over 550 acres on South Carolina Highway 9 near the Lancaster County Airport. These properties located on the L&C Railway which has dual access to both CSX and Norfolk Southern main lines. After completing the study, the Lancaster County
May 08, 2013
We recently sat down with John Buckner, Director of Marketing at S&D Coffee & Tea in Concord, North Carolina and asked him a few questions about the food and beverage sector in Charlotte USA.
March 21, 2013
Norfolk Southern Co. says it will invest $2 billion in 2013 for improvements to its rail-transportation network, including the the intermodal terminal being constructed at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
"Our capital plan will maintain the safety and quality of our existing
March 15, 2013
North Carolina has a long history of manufacturing excellence — from its traditional, natural-resources-based industries to the innovative, high-tech R&D and commercialization that give its research centers, such as Research Triangle Park, a world-class reputation.
March 07, 2013
We caught up with George Baldwin, managing director, government relations & sustainability at Piedmont Natural Gas in Charlotte, North Carolina, and asked him a few questions regarding their energy operations.
November 30, 2012
We caught up with Johan H. Enslin, Director of Energy Production & Infrastructure Center (EPIC) at UNC Charlotte and asked him a few questions about EPIC.
October 24, 2012
Solaris VP Sales, North America, Bill Haras checks out the steel tubing that ends up in products such as satellite dishes.
By Gina Carroll Howard - 704-347-6735
US Airways Magazine
As Denis Boulais searched for a U.S. manufacturing location, the president and CEO of Solaris
September 06, 2012
Charlotte Douglas International Airport, the nation’s sixth-busiest, continues to expand its presence in Charlotte USA. Plans were just announced to build a fifth runway. The new 12,000 foot runway will be the airport’s fourth parallel runway, allowing three planes to land at once, while
August 20, 2012