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.
Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA), a division of Daimler AG, will be relocating an engineering services division from New Jersey to Jacksonville. The company is adding the engineering services division to its Quality Evaluation Center (QEC) in Jacksonville.
Novolex, a leader in packaging and sustainability, is expanding its Hilex Poly brand manufacturing facility.
City Refrigeration Holdings, a global leader in facilities management, announced it will establish its North American headquarters in Jacksonville.
FIS, a global leader in financial services technology, is expanding its presence in Jacksonville and will be creating 250 new jobs.
EY, a leading global professional services firm, announced it will open a client service delivery center in Jacksonville, creating 450 highly-skilled jobs over the next four years.
Kaman, a global aerospace and industrial manufacturer and distributor, announced that it plans to add 200 jobs as an expansion of their operation.
Resource Solutions, an international recruiting services firm, announced plans to open a global service center in Jacksonville – a project finalized on a city economic development mission to London.
Fidelity, one of the world’s largest providers of financial services, announced that it plans to add 300 jobs over the coming three years as part of an expansion of its Customer Contact Center in Jacksonville.
Anheuser-Busch, a producer and distributor of InBev products, announced the creation of 75 jobs following an expansion of its aluminum bottle manufacturing lines at Metal Container Corporation.