A medical technology firm has announced a major £172m investment in its Plymouth site.
BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) plans to build eight new manufacturing lines at its site at Belliver Way in Roborough.
It says the investment will create up to 200 jobs.
BD is one of around a dozen firms meeting Theresa May for a business roundtable in New York today.
The Prime Minister says the investment proves the UK is at "the cutting edge" of medical research.
BD has operations in more than 50 countries and is among the world’s leading medical device producers.
The company says it values its Devon site.