• July 2020 - Klieverik (Netherlands) is investing in United States in the Industrial equipment sector in a Technical Support Centre project
  • July 2020 - Intech International (Denmark) is investing in Norway in the Industrial equipment sector in a Sales, Marketing & Support project
  • July 2020 - Tialoc Group (Singapore) is investing in Belgium in the Industrial equipment sector in a Research & Development project
  • July 2020 - Harju Elekter (Estonia) is investing $ 2.03m in Lithuania in the Industrial equipment sector in a Manufacturing project
  • July 2020 - Guangxi Liugong Machinery (China) is investing in Nigeria in the Industrial equipment sector in a Sales, Marketing & Support project
  • July 2020 - Flexible Steel Lacing Company (Flexco) (United States) is investing in Germany in the Industrial equipment sector in a Manufacturing project
  • July 2020 - Fenner (United Kingdom) is investing $ 23.50m in Australia in the Industrial equipment sector in a Manufacturing project
  • July 2020 - Shimadzu (Japan) is investing in United States in the Industrial equipment sector in a Sales, Marketing & Support project
  • July 2020 - Silovye Machiny (Power Machines) (Russia) is investing in Uzbekistan in the Industrial equipment sector in a Sales, Marketing & Support project
  • July 2020 - Stanley Black & Decker (Stanley Works) (United States) is investing in United States in the Industrial equipment sector in a Manufacturing project

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