Right to Work North Carolina Companies Continue to Expand

Right to Work North Carolina businesses are constantly expanding. Some of these most recent expansions are coming from Mt. Olive Pickle Company and Sherwin-Williams, as well as BrassCraft. These investments will also mean new jobs for the state as well. In fact, these three businesses will create a total of 450 new jobs. So this is great news!

Mt. Olive Pickle Company:

Mt. Olive Pickle Company is investing $35 million in order to expand in Right to Work Wayne County, North Carolina. This will also create 167 new jobs!

As an incentive, a performance-based grant of $600,000 from the One North Carolina Fund will help with Mt. Olive’s expansion in North Carolina. The One NC Fund provides financial assistance to local governments to help attract economic investment and to create jobs. […]

“Mt. Olive Pickle has successfully operated in eastern North Carolina for nearly a century. […] With a strategic plan focused on training and development, we are aligning resources that will provide the diverse workforce and talent pipeline that agribusinesses will need to continue innovating in the future.”



Sherwin-Williams is expanding soon in Right to Work Iredell County, North Carolina with a $324 million investment that will also create 183 new jobs!

“Manufacturers choose North Carolina time and again, thanks to our state’s skilled workforce, modern transportation networks, and central, East Coast location. […] Companies already doing business here understand our strengths best, and we’re glad Sherwin-Williams will continue to call our state home.” […]

“It’s always great to see the manufacturing base of our state expand. […] Our state’s workforce is a big part of why we’re the top state for manufacturing in the Southeast, and as our First in Talent plan for economic development makes clear, we’re committed to providing our people with the required education and specialized training to meet the needs of manufacturers like Sherwin-Williams.”



BrassCraft is investing $13 million in order to expand in Right to Work Thomasville, North Carolina. This will also create 100 new jobs!

“The Thomasville team is critical to delivering the quality and craftsmanship that plumbers and contractors have come to expect from BrassCraft products. […] Expansion of this facility is an investment in our people, our brand and US manufacturing.”

“North Carolina’s greatest asset to growing companies is our people. […] We remain committed to creative workforce training systems and partnerships that will offer the talent and innovation that companies like BrassCraft need to execute their growth strategies.” […]

“This expansion by BrassCraft is a great vote of confidence for North Carolina’s economy. […] The company has seen success in Davidson County and understands the value of our workforce, quality of life and central location that support its global reputation.”


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