Briolf Has Great Plans for Right to Work North Carolina

Right to Work North Carolina Economic Update

Briolf has chosen Right to Work Monroe, North Carolina for its new operations facility. In order to cover the cost, the international industrial group is investing a total of $30.5 million toward the project. They also plan to create 100 new jobs. So this will be an exciting economic addition to the area!

From Area Development Magazine:

“We are really excited for this significant milestone in our history. The U.S. has become a crucial market for us. […] Having this first production plant in North Carolina reinforces our strategy and maximizes our presence in the entire region. We want to thank all representatives of the state as well as the Monroe Union County Economic Development Commission. Their advice and continuous support during the project was an essential part of our decision. As a family run company, our vision takes a long-term perspective. We believe this partnership will be very positive for both our company and the entire community in the coming decades.” […]

“I’m pleased to see such an innovative, family-owned company like Briolf choose North Carolina for its first manufacturing plant in the U.S. […] To keep our winning edge in the global economic development marketplace, I will continue to focus on building and training our workforce, so great opportunities like these jobs will keep coming to North Carolina.” […]

“Foreign direct investment is a large contributor to North Carolina’s economy, and we welcome Briolf USA as part of the over 2,500 plastics and chemicals companies in the state. […] With the top business climate in the country, the largest manufacturing workforce in the Southeast, three Tier-1 research universities, and proximity to customers and supply chain components, North Carolina offers companies like Briolf USA what they need to successfully expand their global footprint.”


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

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