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Monthly Archives: June 2022

Missouri Facility to Manufacture First New Army Ammo In 65 Years

The Lake City Army Ammunition Plant in Independence, Missouri, recently announced plans to begin production on the first new ammunition approved by the U.S. Army in 65 years. The new 6.8mm ... Read More

Missouri Earns Top Rankings for Electric Vehicles Charging Access

Missouri ranks 7th in the U.S. for the ratio of electric vehicles to charging stations, according to a new report from Forbes. Missouri has 6,740 registered electric vehicles (EVs) across the ... Read More

Missouri Certified Site: HyPoint West Industrial Park

Located in central Missouri, the HyPoint West Industrial Park is home to a 32 acre certified site, with an additional 80 adjacent available acres. The site is zoned for heavy manufacturing. A certified ... Read More

Lufthansa Airlines Lands in Missouri

Germany’s Lufthansa Airlines has completed its inaugural flight from St. Louis Lambert International Airport in Missouri to the airline’s hub at Frankfurt Airport in Germany. Regional business, civic, and governmental leaders ... Read More

Missouri-Made Blue Angel Fighter Jets Return Home

Over the next several days, Missouri’s skies will be filled with aircraft during the Spirit of St. Louis Air Show and STEM Expo. Among those aircraft, and headlining the entire show, ... Read More

Ford Invests $95 Million In Missouri Facility

Automotive manufacturing giant Ford Motor Co. recently announced plans to invest $95 million in the company’s Kansas City Assembly Plant to boost production of both the Transit and E-Transit vans. The ... Read More

Video Game Company Finds Talent, Growth in St. Louis, Missouri

EnchantedMob, a video game animation company, recently announced plans to grow in St. Louis, Missouri. The move, which will see EnchantedMob expand into a space 10 times larger than the one ... Read More

New York Times Highlights Missouri Wine Country

Missouri wines were recently highlighted among “Vacation Alternatives for the Budget-Conscious,” by the New York Times. “In the Midwest, the region along the Mississippi River, about an hour’s drive west of ... Read More

New Geospatial Classified Facility Opening in St. Louis, Missouri

A new 75,000 square foot sensitive compartmented information facility, or SCIF, is under construction in the historic Globe Building in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. The new SCIF facility is expected to ... Read More

Advanced Manufacturer Invests in St. Joseph, Missouri

Hillyard, Inc., an advanced manufacturer and distributor of cleaning and hygiene solutions, recently announced plans to invest more than $50 million in St. Joseph, Missouri. The expansion is expected to retain ... Read More