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The state of Connecticut boasts a diverse manufacturing sector, making everything from high-tech aeronautics equipment and medical devices to semiconductor components and pharmaceuticals. With its highly educated workforce and focus on advanced manufacturing, Connecticut remains a top destination for high-tech and innovative enterprises.



Today, we're exploring some of the key facts on the state's unique industrial sector and examining Connecticut's ten largest manufacturing companies, based on data collected by MNI.

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As a prime location for 4,661 manufacturing companies generating over 192,000 jobs, Maryland offers many opportunities. The state�s major seaport in Baltimore allows for the easy receipt of materials and shipping of finished goods. Maryland's proximity to Washington, D.C., gives its technical and aerospace corporations a considerable advantage in applying for contracts and securing government funding.
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North Dakota, located in the heart of the Great Plains, is recognized for its expansive landscapes and natural allure. Beyond its scenic beauty, the state boasts a robust manufacturing sector that plays a crucial role in its economy. From leading construction equipment manufacturers to innovative biotech service providers, explore some key industrial facts and top companies in North Dakota, based on exclusive data collected by MNI from the state�s manufacturing companies.
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Over the past decade, Georgia's industrial sector has grown steadily, attracting a variety of enterprises, from auto companies to aeronautics firms.



The Peach State is a solid market in which to do business and today we're providing an overview on the state's manufacturing sector, based on data collected by MNI and taking a look at its most powerful companies.
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With its low business costs and abundant natural resources, the state of Louisiana is home to a number of powerful manufacturing companies, especially those in the petrochemical and oil industries. Today, we're taking a deep dive into the state's manufacturing sector, providing key industrial facts, insights, and covering the largest industrial companies in Louisiana.
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With one of the best tax climates in the nation as well as a strong workforce and solid infrastructure, Texas remains a top destination for manufacturers across multiple industries, from the oil industry to the auto sector, biotech to food processing. Home to 1.2 million workers or roughly 13% of the nation's manufacturing workforce, Texas remains the second-largest manufacturing state in the U.S. (after California) and is the largest state exporter, exporting a record $315 billion worth of goods in 2018.



For those looking do business with Texas manufacturers, it helps to have an in-depth understanding of the state's manufacturing climate.
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With its low business costs, top-notch infrastructure, and generous incentive programs, Indiana is a major state for manufacturing, home to some major names in the pharmaceutical, automotive and steelmaking industries. This article will explore some key statistics on Indiana's manufacturing sector and provide a look at the state's top companies.
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What's made in Hawaii? While known as the ultimate American travel destination, the state of Hawaii also boasts a small but robust manufacturing sector, with deep roots in food processing, strong exports, and larger minority ownership.

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The U.S. manufacturing sector plays a central role in the economy, accounting for 20% of U.S. capital investment, 60% of the nation's exports and 70% of business R&D. Overall, the sector's market size, measured in terms of revenue is worth roughly $6 trillion, making it a major industry to do business with.



So which U.S. states are the biggest for manufacturing? This article will explore the nation's top manufacturing states, measured by number of employees, based on MNI's database of 400,000 U.S. manufacturing companies.
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Kansas is a unique manufacturing state, with major strongholds in food processing as well as aviation and consumer electronics. The state ranks third in the U.S. for the quality of its infrastructure and also ranks among the most business-friendly states in the nation. Today, we�re exploring some of the key facts and trends in Kansas manufacturing and taking a look at the largest manufacturing companies in the state.
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Arizona is a powerful manufacturing state, home to major names in the electronics and aerospace industries. The state's educated workforce, abundance of capital, and favorable regulatory environment has helped foster a massive electronics manufacturing hub, with Intel recently announcing a massive $20 billion expansion of its Chandler plant in order to meet soaring demand for semiconductors.



Today, we're exploring some of the key facts and trends in Arizona manufacturing and taking a look at the largest manufacturing companies in the state.
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Looking to do business in Alabama? Having some insight into the state's manufacturing climate can give you a big advantage when it comes to talking to Alabama manufacturers.



Today, we're exploring the latest statistics on Alabama's manufacturing sector and providing information on the ten largest manufacturing companies in the state.
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Thanks to its strong economy and robust infrastructure, Florida is an attractive destination for many manufacturers. The Sunshine State boasts a diverse economy, and its manufacturing sector is consistently adding jobs thanks to growth in industries like aerospace or cleantech. Read on for valuable manufacturer data.

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With its low business costs and abundant natural resources, the state of Mississippi is home to a number of powerful manufacturing companies, including some top names in the auto and food industries. Today, we're providing an inside look at the state's manufacturing sector based on data collected by MNI and exploring the top industrial companies in Mississippi.

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Home to 25,000 manufacturers and more than a million industrial workers, California is the largest manufacturing state in the U.S. The state's abundance of skilled labor and access to capital has drawn some key innovative enterprises to its borders, particularly in the aerospace and electronics industries.



Today, we're focusing on the latest trends in California manufacturing, including the state's top industries and cities, and we'll also explore its ten largest manufacturing companies.
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Washington State is not only home to the world's largest manufacturer in terms of volume, but also is among the most attractive states to do business. In 2017, CNBC ranked the state as #1 in the U.S. for its business conditions and the state ranked 2nd in the U.S. in 2018. Washington's diverse manufacturing landscape features major names in aerospace, food processing, electronics and medical device manufacturing.



Today, we are exploring Washington's innovative manufacturing sector and exploring the largest industrial companies operating in the state.

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Michigan, the Great Lakes State, is a major manufacturing state. For example, the automotive industry traces its roots to Michigan, where the Big Three auto manufacturers still reside. Not surprisingly, large automotive suppliers also have a strong presence in Michigan. For instance, semiconductor and EV battery manufacturers have located there, not only to shorten their supply chain but also for the state�s business-friendly climate.

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Looking to do business in Iowa? Having a deep understanding of the state's manufacturing climate can help when it comes to talking to Iowa manufacturers. Today, we�re exploring some key facts and insights on Iowa manufacturing and providing information on the ten largest factories in the state.
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With its skilled labor pool, low business costs and abundance of shovel-ready sites, North Carolina has wide-ranging appeal for manufacturers. In 2020, a number of new enterprises set up shup in the Tar Heel State, including Eli Lily's plans to establish a new pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in Durham County and the establishment of digital fabricator Symmetrix in Statesville.



Today, we're focusing on the latest trends in North Carolina's industrial sector and exploring the state's ten largest manufacturing companies.
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Home to a number of major energy companies and high-tech manufacturers, New Mexico continues to attract new manufacturing enterprises, drawn by the state�s tax climate, comprehensive job training initiatives, and advanced manufacturing resources such as the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies and Center for High Tech Materials.



This article will explore the latest facts on New Mexico's manufacturing sector and will provide details on the top manufacturing companies in New Mexico.

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New Jersey may have the nickname "Garden State," but it's also a manufacturing stronghold. Various industries, such as medical, technology, automotive, electronics and chemical take advantage of the state's unique location.



With access to international shipping ports and airports, and a strong interstate system, New Jersey is ideally located for importing and exporting. Let's take a closer look at some of the fastest-growing companies in New Jersey and the reasons for its success.
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Home to abundant natural resources, the state of Alaska boasts a unique and powerful manufacturing sector, with a stronghold in the petroleum and seafood industries and very little reliance on imported materials. Curious about what's made in Alaska and who makes it? Let's explore the latest facts and trends in Alaska's manufacturing sector and explore its top companies, based on MNI survey of the state's 600+ manufacturers.
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Historically a textile-manufacturing state, today Rhode Island boasts a very diverse set of manufacturing companies, from major defense contractors to toy and game producers to biotech companies. The state's workforce is among the most educated in the nation, and a focus on innovation has drawn many advanced manufacturing enterprises to its borders.



This article will explore the latest facts on the state's industrial sector and provide details on the top manufacturing companies in Rhode Island.

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Boasting a diverse manufacturing sector that draws from its highly educated workforce, the state of Vermont is home to a number of major names in the aerospace, semiconductor, aviation and food and beverage industries.



This article will explore the latest trends and statistics in Vermont's industrial sector and examine the top manufacturing companies the state.
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Maine is home to a diverse set of industrial enterprises, from L.L. Bean's footwear empire to major defense contractors like Bath Iron Works and Pratt & Whitney. With its abundant natural resources and highly educated workforce, the state has come a long way in recent decades in attracting and supporting advanced manufacturing companies, while maintaining it stronghold in its traditionally dominant pulp and paper sector.



This article will explore the latest trends and statistics in the state's industrial sector and examine the top manufacturing companies in Maine.
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Illinois is a major manufacturing hub, home to 15,902 industrial companies, making it a top state to keep on your radar. Today, we're going to delve into the most recent trends on Illinois' rich and varied manufacturing sector and explore some of the state's top companies.

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South Dakota's tax climate ranks among the best in the U.S and has a strong manufacturing economy. The state's abundant natural resources attract a wide range of agricultural and food processing enterprises. Yet, it is also home to some big names in medical device manufacturing, wood products, packaging and more.



Let's take a look at the latest facts on South Dakota's industrial sector and explore the state's ten largest companies.
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Home to 4,900+ industrial companies nearly 300,000 related jobs, Virginia is a manufacturing powerhouse. Revered by manufacturers for its robust labor pool, solid infrastructure and focus on innovation, Virginia is home to major names in the defense, automotive and food processing sectors.



This article will explore the latest trends and statistics in Virginia's industrial sector and examine the top manufacturing companies in Virginia.

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With strongholds in multiple industries, the state of Oregon boasts a robust and diverse manufacturing sector, home to major names in aerospace, electronics, apparel and more. This article will provide some key facts on Oregon's manufacturing sector and exploring the state's ten largest industrial companies.
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New Hampshire is a small state with a big footprint in high-tech manufacturing. The state is home to some major names in aerospace, electronics, defense and more, while its highly educated workforce is a major draw for cutting edge enterprises.



So what should you know about New Hampshire manufacturers? Today, we're exploring the latest facts on New Hampshire's industrial sector and getting to know the state's ten largest manufacturing companies.



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