Avgol Makes 5th Right to Work North Carolina Expansion

Right to Work North Carolina Economic Update

Avgol continues to grow in Right to Work Mocksville, North Carolina. The company recently announced that they will be expanding their facility yet again, creating 52 new jobs as a result. These jobs will also pay well, averaging out to $55,647 yearly wage. So this is an exciting economic development for Davie County!

From Davie County Enterprise Network:

“The addition of this new line enables us to have even greater production capacity, delivering component materials that are ‘Made in America’ and offering more sustainable options for the growing North America market and around the world. […]This new line also enables the Mocksville facility to deliver additional melt-blown nonwovens, ensuring we have extra capacity to meet market demand.” […]

“We appreciate the tremendous support from the Town of Mocksville, Davie County, the state of North Carolina, and commerce-driven programs like EDPNC (Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina). When one also considers the educational programs provided at local community colleges and NC State’s dedicated focus on developing nonwoven technologies,  along with qualified graduates to further the advancement of the industry, it is a combination of location and capability that is hard to beat.” […]

“Our existing industries, like Avgol, are some of Davie County’s greatest assets. Growing new jobs and investing in our community is most rewarding.”


To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.