Companies Choose Right to Work North Carolina for Expansions

North Carolina supports businesses of all kinds, from Integro Technologies to Jabil Healthcare. These two companies in particular are both expanding in the state, specifically with locations in Salisbury and Henderson County, respectively. This Right to Work state also holds many company headquarters. Arrival will soon be joining in Charlotte, while Farmina Pet Food will be joining Reidsville.

Altogether, the four companies will total $72.17 million in investments and create 459 new jobs across the state. So it’s no doubt that North Carolina’s economy is booming and investments like these make it even better.

Integro Technologies:

“Today’s expansion by Integro Technologies showcases our state’s productive, tech-savvy workforce. [This] company provides customized inspection solutions that meet the fast-changing needs of global industry and will grow jobs in Rowan County.”



“We’re thrilled to welcome Arrival to Charlotte and appreciate their selection of the Charlotte Region for their company’s multi-faceted growth. [This] illustrates that our region has diverse offerings to meet the needs of next-generation manufacturing, technology, and headquartered companies.


Jabil Healthcare:

“Jabil plans to construct the new facility on roughly 19 acres of the 41 acre Garrison Lane Property in East Flat Rock. [It] was recently purchased as part of a historic, three-party agreement among Henderson County, the City of Hendersonville and the Economic Investment Fund of Henderson County, to help protect land for industrial development and job creation.”


Farmina Pet Food:

“Farmina’s selection of North Carolina for this significant investment provides ample evidence that our infrastructure, workforce, cost structure and global market access enable leading companies to meet their strategic business objectives. […] We welcome Farmina as the newest member of our manufacturing community[. We also] appreciate the outstanding work of our partners and allies who helped make today’s announcement possible.”


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