Businesses are Adding New Locations in Right to Work Arizona

Businesses are adding new location in Right to Work Arizona as a result of its Right to Work laws. The most recent investments in Right to Work Arizona will soon be coming from KPCT Advanced Chemicals, Procter & Gamble (P&G), and Chang Chun Arizona. Read on in order to find out how these investments will impact the economy!

KPCT Advanced Chemicals:

KPCT Advanced Chemicals is investing $250 million toward a new location in Right to Work Casa Grande, Arizona. They are also creating 65 new jobs!

“This joint venture, bringing KPCT Advanced Chemicals to Greater Phoenix, is critical to the market and will strengthen our semiconductor ecosystem by bolstering the local supply chain while allowing uninterrupted service to a burgeoning hub of semiconductor suppliers and fabs in the region. […] We’re excited to see another semiconductor supplier investing in Casa Grande and look forward to partnering in their continued growth and success.”


Procter & Gamble (P&G):

Procter & Gamble (P&G) is investing $500 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Coolidge, Arizona and create 500 new jobs as well.

“Pinal County is a prime location for serving our consumers and customers across the region. […] The Coolidge facility will be key to supporting P&G’s Fabric Care business, and we look forward to our partnership with the community for years to come.” […]

“Pinal County continues to demonstrate its attractiveness as a premier manufacturing destination in Arizona and nationwide. […] With a highly skilled workforce, ready access to infrastructure, and a growing manufacturing ecosystem that includes leaders like Nikola, Coolidge represents an excellent fit for this new factory. We look forward to supporting P&G’s success in the region far into the future.”


Chang Chun Arizona:

Chang Chun Arizona is creating 200 new jobs in Right to Work Casa Grande, Arizona as a result of a $300 million investment toward the new location.

“Today’s groundbreaking demonstrates Arizona’s attractiveness as a global semiconductor leader. […] Chang Chun Arizona’s new facility bolsters our already vibrant semiconductor supply chain while creating new, high-tech jobs in Pinal County. We are grateful for Chang Chun Arizona’s commitment to Casa Grande and are excited to see the facility operational.” […]

“The addition of Chang Chun Arizona strengthens the Greater Phoenix semiconductor supply chain by providing materials essential to the chip manufacturing process. […] CCAZ’s decision to open its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Greater Phoenix bolsters the region’s position as a top destination for semiconductor manufacturers globally and is a major investment that will provide hundreds of new high-wage jobs to our community.”


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