American Fuji Seal Adds Location in Right to Work North Carolina

American Fuji Seal Inc. is an extension of a Japan-based company. They make shrink-sleeve and self-adhesive labels, as well as other much-needed packaging products. They started out in Japan as early as 1897, then added their first American location in 1975. Now, they are adding a new location in Hickory, North Carolina. In order to do this, they are investing $52 million toward the project. This will also create over 100 jobs over the next 5 years. So this is good news for the residents of Catawba County.

From Area Development Magazine:

“Today’s announcement underscores how confident global companies are in North Carolina and its workforce, even during a global pandemic. […] Companies like American Fuji Seal could start a new operation anywhere in the world, but they chose Catawba County because of our state’s proven track record of meeting the fast-changing needs of global industry.” […]

“Advanced manufacturers like American Fuji Seal find opportunity in North Carolina due to our talent, infrastructure, affordability and access to growing markets. […] Quality companies also appreciate our modern, ready-to-go industrial properties, which are the result of sound planning and investment by local leaders over the course of years.”


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