The digital edition of the September/October issue of SCBIZ Magazine has been cleared for takeoff. Bad puns inside, this issue's theme is aerospace. And South Carolina's aerospace industry is, ahem, soaring.
One ongoing Lockheed customer has added eight F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft to the backorder of 128 planes to be made at Lockheed Martin's Greenville manufacturing and sustainment facility.
Bite Squad, a local on-demand food delivery service, has made its gas discount program pilot permanent as gas prices surge to more than
Verdae Development Inc. and Hollingsworth Funds have rolled out a bold vision for Laurens Road that would transform an area for pedestrians to avoid into
A self-repairing hose developed by researchers at Clemson University could advance use of hydrogen fuel. A more durable hose for pumping hydrogen could help lower the cost of a sustainable fuel
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District will put $8.6 million into infrastructure improvements, including expansion of the airport’s air cargo apron and other improvements to support its growing cargo business.
The spice's potential role in technology has been revealed through researchers at the Clemson Nanomaterials Institute, who recently published research that shows how
With a shift to narrow aisle design in its new manufacturing facility, Magna Mirrors will be able fit 2,700 storage racks where there once 1,200. The set up will help prepare the auto supplier for a new contract with Volvo and for
The first phase in the expansion of Greer's Inland Port is slated for a mid to late April completion the S.C. Ports Authority told SC Biz News in March. Bullock Construction laid about 9,700 feet
The autonomous vehicle company will establish a closed-course track at the S.C. Technology Center in partnership with the International Transportation Innovation Center. Ford Motor Company, Lyft, Walmart and Volkswagen
The move will give the company more room to realign its existing production lines and launch its Exfinity mirror for Volvo in 2023. The mirror will be a ...
In March, Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives requested an investigation into the Postal Service's plans for the Oshkosh contract and its compliance with federal reporting practices. The company reiterated the new facility c