North Carolina’s economy seems to always be growing as a result of its Right to Work laws. The most recent Right to Work North Carolina investments are coming from companies such as FUJIFILM Corporation and Ziehl-Abegg. Read on so you can learn more.
FUJIFILM Corporation is investing $188 million in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, creating 100 new jobs.
“Fujifilm’s intensive investment in the life sciences field represents our commitment to be the dedicated partner for customers in the biopharmaceutical industry. […] With the enhanced capabilities of our global manufacturing sites for cell culture media, we will continuously contribute to customers’ robust manufacturing process and creation of innovative therapies to make the world a healthier place.” […]
“It is encouraging when companies with a successful experience in Research Triangle Park recognize the advantages and continue to invest and innovate in the Triangle Region. We are pleased to have collaborated with FUJIFILM Corporation, its consultants, and our regional partners at Wake County Economic Development, Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC), and the NC Department of Commerce on this project.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Ziehl-Abegg is investing $100 million in order to relocate and expand in Right to Work Winston-Salem, North Carolina and create 189 new jobs.
“The 189 employees are the first step of our expansion project. We are anticipating growing to over 500 employees very rapidly.” […]
“I am delighted to congratulate Ziehl-Abegg on this expansion in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. […] The company’s increased investment is a great vote of confidence in our thriving economy, central East Coast location, and skilled manufacturing workforce.” […]
“Ziehl-Abegg is the latest example of why North Carolina continues to be recognized as the best place to do business. […] North Carolina offers a world-class workforce and robust training network that is committed to helping companies grow and succeed.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work North Carolina, click here.
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