The staffs of the New Hampshire Division of Economic Development, the NH Business Resource Center, NH International Trade Resource Center, and NH Procurement Technical Assistance Program and NH Works have contributed to the success of many New Hampshire businesses. Below are just a few of these stories. You can also read about how innovative companies around the state are meeting with success.
E. Butterworth Co. Moves to New Hampshire
HUDSON, NH (March 16, 2013)--E. Butterworth Co., a textile recycler, moved some of its operation from Massachusetts to New Hampshire.
Hypertherm Opens New, 160,000-square-foot Facility in Lebanon
LEBANON, NH (March 4, 2013)--Hypertherm a U.S. based manufacturer of advanced cutting systems, opened its new, 160,000-square-foot facility in Lebanon, New Hampshire, with a ribbon cutting by Governor Maggie Hassan. Over the next three years, the company will hire 500 new workers including advanced machinists and engineers.
Enterasys Returns to New Hampshire
SALEM, NH (February 25, 2013)-Enterasys Secure Networks, a rapidly growing, privately held networking company, has relocated to Salem, NH, bringing 500 jobs back to the Granite State.
2012 Year in Review
CONCORD, NH (December 14, 2012)--The NH Division of Economic Development is helping Granite state companies succeed.
Watts Water Technologies Breaks Ground in Franklin
FRANKLIN, NH (March 7, 2012)--Watts Water Technologies had previously manufactured some of its water control products in China, but made the decision to bring those manufacturing jobs back to New Hampshire. In March 2012, groundbreaking for a 30,000-square-foot building in Franklin took place and once it is complete, 100 jobs will be created.