A Kevlar plant closure near Charleston is set to bring more manufacturing work to DuPont’s Chesterfield County facility.
The British invasion of Richmond continues with the arrival of another UK-based manufacturer, while a Southside packaging company has announced plans to expand its local operations.
After being pushed toward forced bankruptcy by some of its creditors — including an arm of Dominion Resources — the short-lived owner of a Hopewell ethanol plant has filed for Chapter 11.
The short-lived owners of a Hopewell ethanol plant, whose creditors are pushing for Chapter 7, could also face a dispute with the state over an incentive package payment.
With a new president at the helm, the century-old Richmond snack manufacturer is freshening up its brand, business plan and recipes.
A long line of state and local officials and businesspeople from the U.S. and China dug shovels into the Chesterfield ground Thursday, as a paper company moves forward with its $2 billion factory plan.
A British manufacturer of factory safety products has planted its first international office in Henrico, where it plans to invest $1 million and grow its U.S. operations.
About two months after Tredegar’s former CEO stepped down, interim president and chief executive John Gottwald will once again fill the role long-term.
Packaging giants MeadWestvaco and Rock-Tenn Co. are expected to finalize their merger later today, creating a packaging colossus with a combined $15.7 billion in annual revenue.
With the abrupt departure last week of two top executives, a prominent Richmond family has grabbed a firmer hold on the direction of a local publicly traded company.