Wisconsin Manufacturer, Prent Picks New Mexico for Expansion
Prent plans to invest $12.5 million and create 85 new jobs. Headquartered in Janesville, WI, Prent’s global footprint is strategically located to supply many of the world’s leading Fortune 100 companies.
Ascent Aviation Services Announces Major Expansion to New Mexico
Arizona-based Ascent Aviation Services is planning to expand to the Roswell Air Center and hire 360 employees for airplane repair and maintenance services.
Global Manufacturer Xxentria to Co-Locate in New Mexico/Chihuahua Cross-Border Development
A leading manufacturer of metal composite materials will open an office and manufacturing/distribution facility in New Mexico with an initial hire of 35.
Aerial Inspection Company LaSen Plans Major New Mexico Expansion
LaSen, a company that specializes in aerial inspection and mapping services, is planning a major expansion in New Mexico. The company plans to hire 79 additional employees over the next 5 years and invest $8.4 million into a new 37,000-square foot facility.
Sceye Picks New Mexico For U.S. Production Center
Sceye, a company founded by global humanitarian Mikkel Vestergaard, has chosen New Mexico as its U.S. base of stratospheric flights for earth observation and communication. The latest expansion will create 140 high-paying manufacturing and engineering jobs.
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An ideal business climate, strong talent pool, and strong value proposition make New Mexico the clear choice when it comes to locations for expanding or relocating businesses.
Kairos Power Selects Albuquerque for its New Research and Development Center
Kairos Power LLC has chosen Albuquerque as its home for a new engineering center to support the development of its advanced reactor technology.
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Albuquerque-based Robotic Skies Inc., a company offering unmanned aircraft system service, recently raised almost $2 million from a number of contributors.Read More
SpinLaunch is set to hire an additional 59 highly-paid workers and complete the build of its suborbital centrifugal launch system.Read More
The New Mexico-grown pizza chain announced Monday that it plans to open a 5,032-square-foot restaurant in Clovis which will employ about 50 people.Read More