Church & Dwight Continues to Choose Right to Work Virginia
Church & Dwight Co is expanding soon in Right to Work Chesterfield County, Virginia. This is because the company recognizes the benefits that the Right to Work state provides. In order to make the expansion possible, they are investing a total of $27 million. They will also create 53 new jobs!
From Area Development Magazine:
“We decided to reinvest in Chesterfield County because of the skilled and stable workforce within our existing manufacturing plant and access to the regional manufacturing workforce, as well as the collaborative relationship we’ve enjoyed with the state and local governments, community college, and manufacturing support organizations.” […]
“Virginia has a rich manufacturing history in advanced materials manufacturing, and Church & Dwight’s long-term success reinforces our outstanding logistical advantages, strong industry workforce, and stable business climate. […] The company is creating high-quality manufacturing jobs that benefit Chesterfield County and the regional economy and the Virginia Talent Accelerator Program will recruit and train skilled talent to facilitate Church & Dwight’s expanding production.” […]
“The decision of Church & Dwight Co. to invest $27 million to expand its operation in Chesterfield County very clearly says this company is finding value by doing business in Virginia. […] Here at The Port of Virginia we’re investing and expanding as well, and this will allow us to accommodate growing cargo volumes and provide even greater access to worldwide markets for companies like Church & Dwight. We are committed to helping Church & Dwight grow its global reach and look forward to continuing the collaborative relationship we have with this company.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.