Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE), the largest tenant command aboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville., is consolidating several offices to a single location in Clay County.
Hans-Mill Corp., a manufacturer of stainless steel trash cans, opened its first U.S. factory in Jacksonville, Florida, moving production from China.
Florida Plastics Recycling, a plastic water bottle recycling company, has announced it will build a plastics recycling facility in Jacksonville, Florida, to process polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles.
GRACE Aerospace announced today that the company is relocating its product manufacturing operations and expanding its current Jacksonville operations near Cecil Commerce Center.
Formativ Health, a management services organization, announced it will be opening a state-of-the-art Patient Access Services Center that will create up to 500 new jobs.
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.
MAS HVAC Inc., a manufacturer of custom, engineered option for air handling equipment, announced it will build a 32,400-square-foot office/industrial building in St. Johns County.
Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. and Borregaard ASA have chosen Fernandina Beach as the location of their new venture, LignoTech Florida. The new manufacturing facility will be housed at RYAM’s Fernandina Beach site and will create 50 jobs in Nassau County.
UPS, a global logistics solutions company, is planning to invest in its 500,000 sq. ft. Jacksonville facility. The company will invest $196 million in facility upgrades and land and real estate improvements and create 10 new jobs in Northwest Jacksonville.
Burkhardt Distributing Company, a beer distribution company, plans to build an $11 million, 113,000-square-foot office/warehouse in St. Johns County to serve as its headquarters and distribution center.