Right to Work Arkansas Welcomes New Businesses

Businesses are adding new locations in Right to Work Arkansas! These include Camfil and Arning Companies, as well as Trex Company! Altogether, these businesses will invest a total of $442 million toward the state’s economy. So this is great news! It also shows how Right to Work states are always seeing economic growth.


Camfil Air Pollution Control is adding a new location in Right to Work Jonesboro, Arkansas with a $37 million investment. This will create 67 new jobs!

“We extend our most sincere thanks to everyone who has supported our plans to develop this new facility. […] The people of Jonesboro have been key to the success of Camfil APC, and we are honored to continue to thrive here and to contribute to local economic growth.” […]

“Camfil has been a strong community partner for two decades, and we are excited to be a part of their success as they continue to grow with innovative products and services that make us all breathe a little easier. […] I am looking forward to working with them in the future as they complete this new expansion.”

“Camfil’s dedication to its employees and the City of Jonesboro are on full display today. […] The reinvestment Camfil is making in a new facility and the hiring of additional employees in Jonesboro speaks volumes to the relationships they have built here and their continued commitment to our city.”


Arning Companies:

Arning Companies is investing $5 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Clarksville, Arkansas. This will also create 125 new jobs!

“Arning Companies’ decision to locate in Clarksville demonstrates the confidence the company has in our workforce and business climate. […] Arkansas is widely known as having the resources and talent required for companies to get products to market quickly and efficiently, something that is even more necessary with today’s supply chain challenges. It will be a pleasure to work with them and watch them continue down their path of success.”


Trex Company:

Trex Company plans to invest $400 million over the next five years toward a new location in Right to Work Little Rock, Arkansas.

“Arkansas is a perfect fit for Trex’s operation, and not just because of our state’s business-friendly environment and strong workforce. […] Trex fits Arkansas hand-in-glove because we share the values of hard work, innovation and outdoor living. Trex is a company renowned for its ongoing commitment to manufacture products that maximize the preservation and enjoyment of the outdoors.”


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