Right to Work North Carolina’s Recent Economic Development

Companies are constantly expanding and investing in Right to Work North Carolina. Some of the most recent Right to Work North Carolina investments are coming from Design Mode Cabinetry and Lotus Bakeries, as well as Dymax Corporation. Altogether, these companies will invest a total of $143.7 million into North Carolina’s economy. This will also create 428 new jobs for the state. So this is exciting news!

Read on in order to learn more!

Design Mode Cabinetry:

Design Mode Cabinetry is investing $13 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Warsaw, North Carolina, creating 139 new jobs.

“Our vision is to create a first-class working environment for employees and to innovate solutions for problems that will help move our industry forward. […] We are honored for the opportunity to establish this business in Duplin County where it is clear that hard work and a sense of community are highly valued.” […]

“North Carolina is a top choice for new and established companies. […] We are committed to increasing the prosperity of rural North Carolina, and this project is another example of that. This company’s decision validates our First in Talent plan and the priority to prepare our workforce for career and entrepreneurial success.”


Lotus Bakeries:

Lotus Bakeries is investing $84 million in order to expand in Right to Work Mebane, North Carolina. This will create 62 new jobs as a result!

“The decision of Lotus Bakeries once again to expand operations in Alamance County shows that when businesses come here, they can grow here. […] Lotus knows the strength of our economy and workforce and this expansion underscores their desire to continue thriving in North Carolina.” […]

“Lotus Bakeries’ total investment in our state is expected to exceed $200 million. […] Companies are depending on North Carolina’s skilled talent to help them meet business demands. The First in Talent plan outlines the strategy to achieve our goals and provide employers with a diverse talent pool for their present needs and future growth.”


Dymax Corporation:

Dymax Corporation is investing $46.7 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Monroe, North Carolina, creating 227 new jobs.

“Dymax is experiencing steady and significant growth, and our expansion from our Northeast roots into North Carolina opens doors to outstanding labor, technical and logistic resources. […] The combination of available resources and solid support from state and local officials made North Carolina a great choice.” […]

“We’re pleased to welcome a new manufacturer to North Carolina. […] We’re the top state for manufacturing in the Southeast, thanks to companies like Dymax that understand and appreciate our state’s commitment to maintaining a large and well-trained workforce.”


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