Recap: Right to Work Louisiana Has Great Things in Store!

Right to Work Louisiana Economic Update

Two businesses that are investing in Right to Work Louisiana are Aquaspersions and Healthy School Food Collaborative. One of these companies is adding a new location, while the other is expanding its current Louisiana facility. Read on in order to find out more!

Aquaspersions:

Aquaspersions Limited is investing $7.5 million in order to add a new location and create 25 new jobs in Right to Work Broussard, Louisiana.

“Aquaspersions is delighted to be investing in Broussard and with the welcome we have received. […] We have served North American customers for many years from our UK base and look forward to developing the business further with all the benefits of local service and development. Innovation and service are at the heart of Aquaspersions’ offering, and this investment enables us to be more responsive to our markets and customers.” […]

“Louisiana is proud to be Aquaspersions’ choice for its first North American location, which will continue the growth and diversification of our state’s thriving manufacturing sector. […] This investment strengthens Louisiana’s competitive position in one of our nation’s most critical supply chains, producing equipment that protects workers on the front lines of healthcare and other essential services.” […]

“Aquaspersions’ new location in St. Martin Parish will be a great asset to our region’s innovative and fast-evolving health care ecosystem. […] We congratulate our partners in St. Martin on this great announcement.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

Healthy School Food Collaborative:

Healthy School Food Collaborative is investing $4.6 million in order to expand in Right to Work St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana and create 77 jobs.

“Announcements like this one are positive not only for our economy but for the public health of our communities as well. […] The expansion of the Healthy School Food Collaborative’s Pearl River facility will support the company’s mission to provide Louisiana school children and their families with access to balanced, cost-effective meals while also ushering in new opportunities for the state’s food manufacturing industry.” […]

“This expansion from the Healthy School Food Collaboration will increase their ability to serve the needs of companies around southeast Louisiana. […] As our region’s food and beverage manufacturing industry continues to grow, so have the needs for critical services like those that will be performed at this new facility. This project also aligns well with a shared vision for St. Tammany Parish to evolve into a thriving light-industrial location.” […]

“Entrepreneurship and innovation are pillars of an effective and robust economic development strategy. […] The Healthy School Food Collaborative will be increasing much needed co-manufacturing, co-packing, and cold storage options on the North Shore, and creating new quality jobs in a high-demand industry for our area residents. Exceptional projects like this reinforce that St. Tammany continues to be the destination of choice for businesses.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE


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