Enviro-Log and Solvay Locate to Right to Work Arizona
Enviro-Log and Solvay are both adding new location soon in Right to Work Arizona. So this is exciting news for Arizona’s economy! It’s also a great example of how companies prefer and choose Right to Work states over others. Read on in order to learn more!
Enviro-Log Company is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Glendale, Arizona. This will create 50 new jobs as a result!
“Enviro-Log’s new recycling and manufacturing facility further demonstrates Arizona’s attractiveness as a manufacturing powerhouse. […] The facility’s recycling operations will enhance Arizona’s sustainability footprint while strengthening Glendale’s vibrant manufacturing base. We look forward to supporting Enviro-Log’s success at the new Glendale facility.” […]
“With modern freight infrastructure connecting to large consumer centers and a pro-business environment that welcomes innovators from across the globe, Greater Phoenix is ideally positioned to attract organizations like Enviro-Log that are poised to successfully expand. […] We’re excited to be a partner in Enviro-Log’s continued success and growth, as it establishes new recycling and sustainability options for the region.”
Solvay is investing $3 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Casa Grande, Arizona. As a result, this will create 30 new jobs.
“We appreciate the support we have received from the City of Casa Grande, Pinal County, and the Arizona Commerce Authority, and look forward to continuing to work with them to create high-quality, local jobs, to give back to the community and to create sustainable shared value for our customers, our shareholders and our employees.” […]
“Solvay’s sustainable chemical manufacturing facility is a valued addition to Arizona’s semiconductor industry. […] The new facility will manufacture critical components for chip production while bolstering Arizona’s semiconductor supply chain even further. We’re grateful for Solvay’s commitment to Arizona and look forward to supporting their future success in Casa Grande.”