Recap: CON-CRET and 3M Choose Right to Work Nebraska
Two companies investing in Right to Work Nebraska include CON-CRET and 3M. CON-CRET is establishing its first US facility here, while 3M completed an expansion. Read on in order to find out more!
CON-CRET is investing $16.6 million in order to establish its first US facility and create 200 new jobs in Right to Work Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
“Vireo is investing in this plant and in our CON-CRET® brand because concentrated creatine is arguably the most important supplement a person can take to support their overall health (and fitness). […] Basically, if a cell doesn’t have adequate energy to function at its best, nothing else really matters. Creatine is the key to driving the energy of every cell in the body; and many American diets need more creatine. Being the first and only domestically made creatine aligns with our mission to provide innovative and science-backed products that every-body needs for health and wellness.” […]
“This marks the next step in expansion for Vireo and deepens its commitment and investment in Cass County. […] The fact that Nebraska is now home to a business that is producing its product within the United States bodes well for opportunities like this in the future.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
3M is investing $58 million in order to expand in Right to Work Valley, Nebraska, creating 50 new jobs as a result.
“Our colleagues at 3M’s Valley plant have played an important role providing critical supplies to frontline workers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. […] We’re pleased to announce this investment in our growth in Nebraska which will allow us to further meet demand for personal safety equipment for the United States.” […]
“We are proud to call 3M Valley a neighbor for more than 40 years and are excited to support 3M in its plans to expand its Valley plant and create jobs. […] The ImagiNE Nebraska Act was specifically made to help companies like 3M grow and expand in Nebraska.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work Nebraska, click here.