Here’s the Latest on Right to Work Oklahoma’s Economy
Companies are choosing to invest in Right to Work Oklahoma. And we have a great example of both an expansion and a company choosing to add a new location! The most recent companies investing in Right to Work Oklahoma include Gavco Plastics and USA Rare Earth. Read on in order to learn more about each individual investment!
Gavco Plastics is looking to soon expand in Right to Work Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. This will help them meet consumer demand.
“Gavco Plastics would not have the opportunity to meet our customers’ ever-growing demands without the assistance and support from the OIEP program. […] As a result of the program, Gavco Plastics has secured additional machinery and significantly increased our labor force to meet our customer’s needs.” […]
“Gavco Plastics would not have the opportunity to meet our customers’ ever-growing demands without the assistance and support from the OIEP program. […] I am very proud of the Oklahoma Innovation Expansion Program and how it supports Oklahoma companies. […] With the funding, companies are diversifying their operations and growing, creating more jobs and investment in our state and offering an incredible ROI on the state’s investment.”
USA Rare Earth will soon be locating to Right to Work Stillwater, Oklahoma with a $100 million investment. This will create 100 new jobs!
“Currently, the United States, European Union, Japan, and much of the developed world is largely reliant on China for critical rare earth element production. […] Our goal with this project is to advance U.S. manufacturing capacity by establishing the first vertically integrated domestic supply chain for rare earth elements, and we are excited to be working in Oklahoma.” […]
“Our mission is to bring jobs, investment, and economic prosperity to the state of Oklahoma. […] By establishing more high-wage job opportunities, this project will enable Oklahoma to become a nationwide industry leader across its core economic competencies.”
“To increase national security, the U.S. must secure a domestic, reliable and sustainable supply of critical rare earth elements. […] Oklahoma is perfectly positioned to help lead the way as the U.S. seeks energy independence and less reliance on foreign materials from countries who do not share our values.”