Right to Work Kansas sees Economic and Job Development

The state of Kansas is seeing an increase in economic expansion. Businesses like Empirical Foods and KMS are opening up new locations here, while Peerless Products is expanding is current Kansas facility. So this is evidence that Kansas is the perfect environment for companies of all kinds – from food industries to metal manufacturing.

Combined, the expansion of these companies will provide over 350 new jobs for the state.

Peerless Products:

“With our continued growth in Fort Scott, of where we currently have 400 employees, we needed to find additional space for the creation and production of our new G800 product line that we believe will be a leader in commercial low-rise windows. We pride ourselves in being best in class, and we intend to continue and build upon that reputation in Iola.”


Empirical Foods:

“Empirical Foods made a smart decision in choosing to do business in a community with so much to offer in excellent schools, infrastructure, and quality-of-life amenities for employees and their families. […] Projects like this will continue to strengthen our state’s foundation and help us attract more companies, like Empirical, to do business in Kansas.”



“This large building presents a great opportunity for KMS to continue to grow and expand in our distribution business in the core of the country. […] We look forward to bringing jobs and this building back online.”


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