1.1k New Jobs Coming to Right to Work Mississippi

In Mississippi, two businesses are locating here soon, while another is expanding. Amazon will bring in a new Fulfillment Center, which will also bring in 1,000 jobs all on its own. And with the new location of Hankins Lumber and the expansion of Ardagh Group, they’ll create an additional 123 jobs.

Read on to see learn more and see what others are saying about these projects!


“Madison County is elated that Amazon chose our community for its state-of-the-art fulfillment center. Amazon […] will further strengthen the business-friendly environment and promote economic diversification. […] Madison County welcomes Amazon as its newest corporate citizen and looks forward to the tremendous economic benefit and employment opportunities it brings.”


Ardagh Group:

“Ardagh has had tremendous success at its facility in Olive Branch. […] As a result, the company chose to bring even more jobs to DeSoto County[…] Mississippi’s supportive business environment and exceptional workforce continue to prove to the world that our state is open for business and ready to help companies attain long-term success.”


Hankins Lumber:

“Long-term economic advancement is the core mission of the Greater Grenada Partnership. […] These quality jobs and this significant capital investment by Hankins Lumber will enhance the economy of Grenada. We are proud to support a project that will measurably move the economic needle in our region.”


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