A longtime family-run manufacturing operation is gearing up for an expansion in south Richmond.
After lying dormant for a year and selling last month for $7 million, one of the largest industrial complexes south of the James River is firing back to life with a new manufacturer set to fill its belly.
Manchester is gaining a sizable new industrial tenant, as a local construction equipment rental company moves its headquarters from Henrico to the Southside.
An engineering company from across The Pond has chosen Richmond for its first U.S. office.
Sabra Dipping Co. is adding 40,000 square feet to its plant in the Ruffin Mill Industrial Park, for a total of 260,000 sf. It would double its cold-storage capacity.
The boom of industrial space continues in Chesterfield County as the hummus giant prepares to size up its distribution and manufacturing operations.
An electrical equipment manufacturer is increasing its local footprint as it looks to expand its business and put its sheet metal fabrication service under one roof.
After its home of more than 20 years was sold for another redevelopment, a local firm has found new digs and is punching out of the neighborhood.
The company president said challenging market pricing and costs and declining demand necessitated the move.
A local aluminum producer recently unwrapped an eight-figure expansion of its operations — and more growth could be in the works.