With six industrial parks comprising 780 acres of ready-to-build land, the Pitt County area offers lower costs and room for growth compared to higher density areas of North Carolina.Learn more
Greenville is a thriving economic center and one of the fastest growing regions in the state. Abundant land and industrial parks offer companies lower cost alternatives and room for growth.Learn more
Halfway between the capital of Raleigh and the famed Crystal Coast, Greenville is a prime mid-Atlantic location with the transportation and infrastructure companies need to succeed.Learn more
Startup companies and entrepreneurs find the workforce, resources, and cost structure they need to prosper. North Carolina is regularly ranked one of America’s best states for business.Learn more
Greenville, North Carolina is the production hub of eastern North Carolina. With an educated and available workforce, established and convenient transportation networks, and high-capacity and reliable utilities, the area is ready to welcome various industries.
Operations in the advanced manufacturing sector in Greenville are clustered in four areas: chemicals and plastics, machinery and metals, wood and paper products, and marine-related manufacturing.Learn More
Greenville has the skills and infrastructure for critical production. Local educational institutions continually fill the talent pipeline with their pharmaceutical and biotechnology programs.Learn More
The Greenville region is equipped with a robust talent pool, established transportation network, and more than two dozen existing medical device and supplies manufacturers.Learn More
Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, is expanding its site in Greenville for sterile drug product development and commercial manufacturing of critical medicines, therapies, and vaccines.Read Full Story
One of the fastest growing software companies in the nation announces a local expansion that’s expected to bring 200 new jobs and $12.5 million in capital investment.Read Full Story
A 19-acre master development project has been announced in the downtown Greenville area as a public-private partnership effort between East Carolina University and master developer Elliott Sidewalk Communities.Read Full Story
The world's largest maker of power catamarans chooses to expand operations in Greenville, North Carolina for its new boat manufacturing facility.Read Full Story
A diversified base of companies in advanced manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, life sciences, and food processing fuels the economy. Penco Products Inc., TowneBank, Thermo Fisher Scientific, DSM Dyneema, Mayne Pharma, Hyster-Yale Group, and Weyerhaeuser are among a long list of multinational companies that have found the workforce, resources, and cost structure they need to prosper in North Carolina. The state is regularly ranked one of America’s best states for business. Homegrown businesses of all stripes are also making their mark. This includes Grady-White Boats, Overton’s, Grover Gaming, Hammock Source, Anne’s Food Products, Simply Natural Creamery, and Simple & Sentimental... just to name a few.