Recap: What Do Campbell Scientific and Jabil Have in Common?

Campbell Scientific and Jabil are both investing soon in Right to Work Utah! Campbell Scientific will be expanding its current facility in Logan. Meanwhile, Jabil is adding a new location in Tooele County. Altogether, these two great companies will invest a total of $50 million toward the state’s economy. In addition, they will also create 418 new jobs. So this is exciting economic news!

Read on in order to learn more about each individual investment.

Campbell Scientific:

Campbell Scientific is investing $40 million in order to expand in Right to Work Logan, Utah. This will create 268 new jobs!

“We’re delighted that Campbell Scientific has chosen to expand its Utah headquarters. […] Campbell not only offers superior measurement products with a variety of applications, but it also has a legacy of supporting its employees and the local community.” […]

“Campbell Scientific is a global company with a five-decade legacy in Logan. […] This expansion demonstrates the company’s continued commitment to Cache County and our state’s advantages for international business.”

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Jabil:

Jabil is investing $10 million in order to add a new location in right to Work Tooele County, Utah. This will create 150 new jobs!

“Jabil is a global leader in manufacturing. This project focuses on energy storage, and it will have significant ripple effects in Tooele County and green energy industries,. […] This is a big win for the state, and we hope to see additional Utah expansions from Jabil in the future.” […]

“Jabil is a global leader in manufacturing. This project focuses on energy storage, and it will have significant ripple effects in Tooele County and green energy industries. […] This is a big win for the state, and we hope to see additional Utah expansions from Jabil in the future.” […]

“The Jabil expansion demonstrates that Utah has the talent and infrastructure to support the fast-growing battery industry. […] With Jabil’s lead, we foresee other similar projects coming our way. Congratulations to Tooele County, and thanks to Mel Lavitt and other Utah proponents who advocated for Utah with the company.”

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