What Companies are Expanding in Right to Work Virginia?
Ryzing Technologies, Lawrence Brothers, Katoen Natie, and SES Satellites are all investing in Right to Work Virginia and creating 307 new jobs.
Virginia’s economy is designed to propel businesses forward so it’s no wonder why two of them are planning expansions! Dynamic Aviation is expanding its facility in Rockingham County, while Klöckner Pentaplast Group is expanding in Louisa and Wythe Counties. Meanwhile, SPIG Industry is announcing that they are adding a new location in Washington County. As a result of all these businesses expanding and moving the state, they will create 374 new jobs. So this will be great Virginia’s employment rates and economy.
Read on to see what’s being said about each business’s financial decision!
“The company’s history and continued growth in Rockingham County is a testament to the region’s accessibility to global markets and reliable talent pipeline that has supported the operation for over 50 years. We thank Dynamic Aviation for its commitment to Virginia, and for creating more than 200 new jobs.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
“We are proud Klöckner Pentaplast will expand operations in Louisa County and Wythe County, […] creating more than 50 high-quality jobs. […] We are proud to continue a decades-long partnership with an innovative global manufacturer like kp[. W]e thank the company for its major investment, which will have a positive impact in Louisa and Wythe Counties and bolster Virginia’s ongoing recovery efforts.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
SPIG’s expanded campus in Washington County will give the company increased production capacity and strategic access to its fast-growing customer base, while providing more than 100 quality jobs to the hardworking people of Southwest Virginia. We thank SPIG for reinvesting in the Commonwealth and contributing to our economic recovery amid this global health crisis.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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