Right to Work Henrico County, VA, and Others See Growth

Two companies are investing soon in Right to Work Henrico County, Virginia. Red River Foods is adding a new location here while SimpliSafe is expanding its current Henrico County location. Meanwhile, Prolam is adding a new location in Patrick County and MI Technical Solutions is expanding in Chesapeake. This just shows how Right to Work states like this one continue to attract new businesses and encourage expansions. Altogether, these four companies will create 378 new jobs for the state.

Read on to learn more about each investment!

Red River Foods:

Red River Foods is adding a new location in Right to Work Henrico County, Virginia with a $16.1 million investment. This will create 60 new jobs!

“The Commonwealth’s food and beverage processing industry employs more than 42,000 Virginians and is a powerhouse for our economy thanks to investments by corporate partners like Red River Foods..” […]

“The news that Red River Foods is expanding in Henrico County is a positive development for Virginia’s economy. […] Red River sources products from around the world, and The Port of Virginia is ready to help this company extend its reach by playing an integral role in its logistics supply chain. We look forward to helping Red River leverage the efficiency of this world-class port to help the company grow and prosper for years to come.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

SimpliSafe:

SimpliSafe is expanding soon in Right to Work Henrico County, Virginia with a $3 million investment. This will also create 250 new jobs!

“We are [glad] to continue expanding our operations in Henrico County. […] Since opening our first customer support center here in 2019, the Richmond region has proven to be the ideal place to launch SimpliSafe into its next phase of growth with our own state-of-the-art monitoring center. […] We’re proud to be creating opportunities in Henrico County as we work on our mission of making every home secure.” […]

“Companies with aggressive growth strategies are drawn to the Commonwealth because of our strong and reliable workforce, and we are thrilled that SimpliSafe has once again chosen to reinvest in Henrico County. […] The company is a significant employer in the Greater Richmond region, and the addition of more than 250 new jobs is wonderful news following CNBC’s declaration that Virginia is the top state for business.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

MI Technical Solutions:

MI Technical Solutions is expanding soon in Right to Work Chesapeake, Virginia with a $520,000 investment. This will also create 10 new jobs!

“MI Technical Solutions’ growth over the past year is impressive, serving an important market in the booming technology industry. […] We are proud to support the expansion of this V3-certified company, and we look forward to its continued success in the City of Chesapeake.” […]

“MI Technical’s expansion represents important growth of the information technology sector in Chesapeake. […] The company’s investment will help strengthen our deep connections with our military partners and create good-paying jobs for our citizens.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

Prolam:

Prolam is adding its first US location in Right to Work Patrick County, Virginia with a $12.8 million investment. This will also create 58 new jobs!

“Prolam will be a valued contributor to the supply chain for Virginia forest products. […] We are [glad] to welcome the company to our Commonwealth and are grateful for the valuable job opportunities this project will create for the residents of Patrick County.” […]

“As Virginia’s third-largest private industry, forestry is a critical part of the Commonwealth’s economy, contributing more than $21 billion annually in economic impact. […] New demand for Virginia hardwoods created by facilities like Prolam’s create the conditions essential for sustainable forest management. I am thrilled the Commonwealth could partner with Patrick County through the AFID Program to help win this important project for Virginia.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

To read more updates on economic development in Right to Work states, click here.

To support our cause, go here to donate.


NRTW Home » News » Right to Work Henrico County, VA, and Others See Growth