Check Out the Latest Happening in Right to Work Virginia

Right to Work Virginia Economic Update

Some of the most recent investments happening in Right to Work Virginia are coming from Bowman Andros Products and Better Future Farms, as well as Weidmüller. Each company will have a positive impact on the economy. Read on in order to find out more!

Bowman Andros Products:

Bowman Andros Products is expand its Right to Work Shenandoah County facility, as well as establishing a new research and development center.

“Bowman Andros has always been committed to its employees and to the Valley. Andros shares the same values worldwide. When this major investment project was initiated, the company had several location options. However, we wanted to be loyal to our great people and to the community by expanding here in Mount Jackson.” […]

“By expanding its production and research and development, Bowman Andros will be able to diversify its product capabilities for a 21st-century economy. […] We are proud to have this innovative industry leader on the Commonwealth’s corporate roster and look forward to the continuation of a fruitful partnership.”


Better Future Farms:

Better Future Farms is adding a new hydroponic greenhouse and processing facility in Right to Work Louisa County, Virginia.

“Better Future Farms’ world-class indoor greenhouse operation in Louisa County will bring new year-round jobs and strengthen Virginia’s standing as a top state in the controlled environment agriculture industry. […] An investment like this provides not only a highly sustainable leafy greens source, it also represents growing career opportunities for Virginians.



Weidmüller is investing $16.4 million in order to expand and create 100 new jobs in Right to Work Richmond, Virginia.

“Weidmüller’s expansion in the United States cements our commitment to bring engineering and manufacturing closer to North American partners and customers.” […]

“We are committed to a best-in-class business environment in Virginia to attract and retain industry-leading companies like Weidmüller Group, and we are proud to partner with this global leader on its expansion in Chesterfield County.” […]

“We applaud Weidmüller Group’s decision to expand its manufacturing center in Chesterfield County and continue to capitalize on the growing access to global markets offered by The Port of Virginia. […] The investments we’re making in our terminals will help to ensure that Weidmüller can expand the international movement of its products without concern. We welcome Weidmüller and are looking forward to supporting its growth.”


To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work Virginia, click here.

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