There are three businesses that are investing soon in Right to Work Virginia, and they include Balchem, Oransi, and STS Group.
Balchem is investing $5 million toward an expansion in Covington which will create 6 new jobs. Meanwhile, Oransi and STS Group are adding a new location in Radford and Wythe County, respectively. Oransi is investing $5.6 million and also creating 101 new jobs. And lastly, STS Group will be creating 120 new jobs for its area.
So these companies will be great additions to Virginia’s economy. Read on to find out what more about each investment!
“We’re pleased to see Balchem expanding and enjoying success in Alleghany County. […] Advanced manufacturing is a target industry in the Commonwealth that will play an important role in Virginia’s economic recovery, and we thank the company for reinvesting in its operation and creating more high-quality jobs.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
“Oransi is very pleased to establish its first manufacturing facility in the City of Radford to develop and manufacture our best-in-class air purifiers. […] We selected the location because of the exceptional local engineering talent pool that will support our continued growth, while inspiring innovation, creativity, and collaboration. We hope to provide one of the best employee experiences in the New River Valley.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
“We are excited that Virginia stood out as the prime location for STS Group’s U.S. operations and are confident the company will benefit from our business-friendly environment and market access. […] This region of the Commonwealth has a thriving automotive cluster that has the positive ripple effect of attracting global suppliers like STS. We are grateful for this investment in Southwest Virginia and the creation of 120 manufacturing jobs in Wythe County.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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