Check Out These Right to Work North Carolina Investments!

Companies investing in Right to Work North Carolina include Thermo Fisher Scientific and PowerHouse Recycling, as well as Grupporeco. Altogether investing a total of $187 million, these companies are evidence of a strong Right to Work economy. In addition, they will also create a total of 450 new jobs. So this is exciting news!

Read on to learn more about each investment.

Thermo Fisher Scientific:

Thermo Fisher Scientific is expanding soon in Right to Work Greenville, North Carolina with a $154 million investment. This will also create 290 new jobs!

“Thermo Fisher’s exciting announcement underscores North Carolina’s global reputation as a prime location for life sciences companies to operate. […] With our skilled workforce, strong industry collaboration and an innovative business climate, this decision proves, yet again, that North Carolina’s biotechnology sector is thriving statewide.” […]

“We are thrilled that Thermo Fisher has, again, chosen to invest in our community. This is further proof that the Greenville and Pitt County area has the resources needed to support the pharmaceutical manufacturing and biotechnology industry.”

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PowerHouse Recycling:

PowerHouse Recycling is expanding soon in Right to Work Rowan County, North Carolina with a $5 million investment. This will also create 50 new jobs!

“PowerHouse Recycling Inc. has operated in Rowan County for over a decade and is where most of our 150 employees call home. […] The geographical location has allowed PHR to efficiently service the major cities in North Carolina, as well as our clientele in South Carolina, Virginia, and Kentucky. We are excited for this next phase of growth and are actively hiring an additional fifty employees in 2021 with full-time work, a healthcare plan, a 401k with a company match program, as well as other benefits.” […]

“PowerHouse Recycling has been a valued partner and employer in Rowan for many years. We appreciate their investment in Rowan County and the community. […] This expansion not only brings new jobs and economic benefits to Rowan County, but also emphasizes the success and value of eco-friendly businesses that will make the world a better place for future generations.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

Grupporeco:

Grupporeco is adding a new facility in Right to Work Kinston, North Carolina with a $28 million investment. This will also create 110 new jobs!

“Grupporeco is pleased to announce the decision to locate our new U.S. plant in Kinston, Lenoir County, North Carolina. […] The COVID pandemic has made this a challenging and time-consuming process, but the support of the authorities and community has been outstanding, and we’re excited to have the project start very soon. The U.S. is a key market for our growth and we look forward to cooperating intensively to make Grupporeco’s arrival a success for our company and the local stakeholders.” […]

“It is positive news that Grupporeco has selected Lenoir County for its first expansion in the United States.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

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