How Many Jobs are Coming to Right to Work Arizona?

Three businesses that are investing in Right to Work Arizona include Shambaugh & Sons, ElectraMecchanica, and UACJ Automotive Whitehall Industries. Of them, Shambaugh & Sons and ElectraMecchanica will be adding new locations. Shambaugh & Sons will be locating in Kingman while ElectraMecchanica will be locating in Mesa. In addition, UACJ will be converting an old Walgreen’s facility in Flagstaff to serve as a new manufacturing facility for them.

So what does this mean as far as new jobs go? Altogether, these three businesses will create 910 new jobs across the state. So this is great news for Arizona’s economy! Read on to find out more about each investment!

Shambaugh & Sons:

“Shambaugh’s selection of Kingman reflects the quality of talent in the region and its competitiveness for high-value industries like manufacturing. […] This significant investment is excellent news, not just for Kingman, but all of Mohave County. We congratulate Shambaugh on its continued growth and thank the company for its commitment to Arizona.”

“It’s wonderful that 60 new jobs will become available. Companies are becoming more aware of what our county offers and we’re truly excited by the arrival of Progressive Pipe Fabricators, a Shambaugh & Sons division.”



“We couldn’t be more excited to welcome ElectraMeccanica to Arizona as the latest electric vehicle innovator to choose our state. […] No other state in the country provides a better environment for ElectraMeccanica to scale its leading-edge technology[…].”


UACJ Automotive Whitehall:

“Northern Arizona makes sense for us because of location, ease of transportation, and an already well-established manufacturing sector within the community. We also look forward to partnering with North Arizona University as our processes are highly automated and technical.” […]

“Today’s announcement represents a historic investment for Northern Arizona and our entire state. […] As an industry-leading producer of electric vehicle parts, UACJ Whitehall will further bolster Arizona’s reputation as a global hub for electric vehicle manufacturing. We look forward to supporting UACJ Whitehall’s growth and success in our state.”


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