Milwaukee Tool and Red Land Cotton are both investing soon in Right to Work Mississippi. Altogether, these two will create a total of 1,240 new jobs. So this will be a great addition to the economy. Read on to find out more about each of these investments!
Milwaukee Tool is investing $60 million toward expansions in Right to Work Mississippi. This will create 1,200 total new jobs across the state.
“When an industry leader such as Milwaukee Tool chooses to grow its footprint in Mississippi by building a new manufacturing facility, in addition to its existing facilities, it sends a strong message to the world that we take business seriously and work hard to ensure companies’ long-term success in our state. This newest investment […] will benefit the region and its 800 new employees well into the future, just as Milwaukee Tool once again will benefit from having the best workforce in the nation producing the high-quality tools and accessories for which the company is known around the world.” […]AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Construction for the new location of Red Land Cotton in Tylertown, Mississippi is now officially complete! This will mean 40 new jobs over time.
Red Land Cotton:
“MDA strongly supports our state’s manufacturers. We are glad to add Red Land Cotton to our robust portfolio of manufacturers and agribusiness companies doing business in our great state. The company’s leadership found the ingredients for success in Walthall County, and as a result, an existing facility is being put online once again, and 40 new jobs are being created for the area’s skilled workforce. MDA is grateful to our partners at the Walthall County Economic Development Authority and Entergy, whose commitment to economic development was instrumental in bringing Red Land Cotton to Mississippi.” […]
“Helping to bring jobs and growth to the areas we serve is how we power life for our customers, our communities and our employees who live and work here. We’re proud to be part of the team that helped bring Red Land Cotton to our state.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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