Leiber Chooses Right to Work Virginia for First US Operation

Right to Work Virginia Economic Update

Leiber is establishing its first US operation soon in Right to Work Rockingham County, Virginia. In order to accomplish this, the Germany-based company is investing a total of $20 million toward the project. They also plan to create 35 new jobs. How exciting!

From Area Development Magazine:

“We evaluated various sites in five different states in the Northeast U.S. and found in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia a perfect mix of qualified workforce, proximity to customers and vendors, as well as strong and professional support from VEDP and Rockingham County.†[…]

“Leiber is a strong addition to Virginia’s fast-growing food and beverage manufacturing sector, joining a diverse ecosystem of partners and suppliers. […] The Commonwealth’s workforce, infrastructure, and best-in-class business climate distinguish Virginia as a top tier location for global manufacturers to reach new markets, and we look forward to Leiber’s future growth in Rockingham County.†[…]

“It has been a pleasure for the Shenandoah Valley Partnership to work with Leiber and Rockingham County in bringing their project to fruition. […] Leiber’s announcement for their new feed supplement production facility strengthens Rockingham’s and Shenandoah Valley’s agricultural business environment through its international presence and its use of existing food and beverage producers.â€


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