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ThyssenKrupp Waupaca Investing $36.5M in Tell City, Indiana, Facility

Area Development News Desk (10/13/2010)

ThyssenKrupp Waupaca will invest $36.5 million to expand its foundry in Tell City, Indiana. More
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Projects of the Year (2007)

Mark Crawford (Jun/Jul 08)

ThyssenKrupp Steel and Stainless USA (Mobile, Alabama) and Honda (Greensburg, Indiana) are 2007's projects of the year. More
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thyssenkrupp Industrial Services Locates Warehouse-Operations Center In Ladson, South Carolina

Area Development News Desk (05/12/2016)

thyssenkrupp Industrial Services, a full-service provider of customized product management solutions, is establishing operations at Palmetto Commerce Park in Ladson, South Carolina. The new development is expected to create 32 new jobs and bring $1.4 million in investment in Charleston County. More
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ThyssenKrupp Invests $13 Million In Manufacturing Plant And Distribution Center In Woodstock, Alabama

Area Development News Desk (09/26/2012)

ThyssenKrupp Materials North America, a subsidiary of a German-based multinational corporation, is investing $13 million to build a materials processing and distribution center in Woodstock, Alabama, with plans to employ up to 45 workers. More
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Automotive Supplier Plans $22 Million Expansion To Its Indiana Manufacturing Plant

Area Development News Desk (04/24/2012)

ThyssenKrupp Presta Terre Haute, a manufacturer of steering systems for the automotive industry, plans to invest $22 million to expand its Indiana manufacturing facility by nearly 70,000 square feet. More
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First Person: Robert "Bob" Hess

Robert Hess, Executive Managing Director, Consulting, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank (Feb/Mar 08)

Bob Hess of Cushman & Wakefield's Global Business Consulting group tells us how - and why - ThyssenKrupp chose Alabama for its steel processing facility More
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The ThyssenKrupp Promise: Core Value of Social Responsibility Put to the Test in Alabama

Robert Hess, Executive Managing Director, Consulting, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank (Spring 2011)

With completion of it's $3.7b, 7 million square-foot Calvert, AL complex, ThyssennKrupp met and exceeded environmental compliance standards while achieving it's goal to come on-line by the end of 2010 while overcoming numerous obstacles. More
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ThyssenKrupp: Alabama Steel Mill On Time, More Construction Jobs Coming

Area Development News Desk (02/20/2009)

German steel manufacturer ThyssenKrupp says that construction of its $4 billion steel mill in Calvert, Alabama, is on schedule... More
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ThyssenKrupp To Delay Production Startup At Alabama Plant

Area Development News Desk (01/26/2009)

ThyssenKrupp has announced it will delay the planned start of stainless steel production at its $4 billion plant in Alabama... More
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Regional Report: Southern States Receiving Their Fair Share of Foreign Direct Investment

Mali R. Schantz-Feld (July 2011)

ThyssenKrupp in Alabama and Mitsubishi Electric Power in Tennessee lead a charge of FDI super projects that are helping to buoy cautious optimism and steady but slow economic gains in the southern states. More

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