There are many companies that are investing in Right to Work North Carolina. Some of these investments are from companies that are planning to add new locations here. Others are expanding their current North Carolina locations. Four companies that are investing here soon include Carolina Coop, Doosan Bobcat, WELD-JEN, and Invitae Corp.
The investments from these companies will total over $80 million. In addition, they will also create 1,335 new jobs across the state. So these will be great economic developments!
Carolina Coops is adding a new facility in Right to Work Butner, North Carolina with a $2.1 million investment that will create up to 500 new jobs.
“We are excited to be coming back to North Carolina, where it all started. [Carolina Coop] couldn’t have done it without the support of NC and Granville County. We look forward to being a part of the local community, creating jobs and outreach such as Rotary Club, FFA, and incubating eggs in classrooms, so we can grow together.” […]
“Our economy is rooted in agriculture and driven by entrepreneurs like Carolina Coops. […] With our central location, skilled workforce and access to raw materials, our state has the right ingredients to support the company’s growth in rural North Carolina.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Doosan Bobcat North America is investing $70 million toward an expansion in Right to Work Statesville, North Carolina, creating 250 new jobs.
“This level of investment demonstrates our commitment to North Carolina, which has been an important manufacturing location for us since 2008. […] We are dedicated to the continued expansion of our compact equipment line to help empower our customers to accomplish more, and our Statesville location has been an important part of this success.” […]
“We are thrilled that Doosan Bobcat is once again choosing to expand its operations in Statesville. For more than a decade, Doosan Portable Power has been a part of our business community and partner with the city of Statesville, and this investment strengthens and builds upon their commitment to Statesville.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
JELD-WEN is expanding in Right to Work Statesville, North Carolina with an $8 million investment that will create 235 new jobs!
“The VPI brand is highly respected in the industry and is an integral part of our growth strategy in North America. We expect to significantly grow our multi-family and commercial window business through this investment and our innovative and energy-efficient solutions.” […]
“North Carolina manufacturers that continue to invest in our state are confident in our ability to support their companies as they grow. […] This announcement affirms the strength of our workforce, infrastructure and quality of life.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Invitae Corporation is investing in a new location in Right to Work Wake County, North Carolina. This will create 350 new jobs for the area!
“Biotechnology companies continue to choose North Carolina as a trusted and reliable location to grow their companies. […] From specialized workforce training programs to a world-class research infrastructure, companies like Invitae appreciate the advantages our state delivers.” […]
“North Carolina made a commitment many years ago to build a vibrant life science industry in our state. […] Today, we’re seeing that vision and early hard work pay off as companies like Invitae bring new jobs and new investment to our state.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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