Amazon, an eCommerce retailer, announced it will invest in a second product fulfillment center. The second operation will be a one million sq. ft. facility at Alliance Florida at Cecil Commerce Center.
Amazon.com, an eCommerce retailer, announced plans for a more than 800,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Jacksonville.
The KLS Martin Group, a global leader in high-quality, innovative surgical technology, is establishing its first U.S. manufacturing company, in Jacksonville. The company will focus on 3D printing, create at least 25 new jobs and invest more than $5 million with the potential for future growth.
randrr, a career opportunities platform in the IT industry, is establishing operations in Jacksonville.
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Adecco Group North America, the nation’s leading provider of workforce and recruitment solutions, announced last month it plans to move its corporate headquarters from New York to Jacksonville, bringing with it 185 high-wage jobs. The company plans to invest $3.4 million in the local economy as a result of this relocation.
Vistakon Inc.,, a division of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, based in Jacksonville, is the largest manufacturer of Acuvue brand contact lenses. In 2013, Vistakon expanded its existing Jacksonville facility in order to manufacture its latest generation of Acuvue Brand Contact Lenses.
Coastal Cloud, a computer service company and subsidiary of Graphene, was looking to invest $3.1 million to move its corporate headquarters. They cited Florida as a business friendly state with a superior workforce.
In 2012, Advanced Disposal Services, Inc., an integrated environmental services company, worked in conjunction with JAXUSA while considering Northeast Florida in its search for a new headquarters to house its expanding company and new staff.