Right to Work Virginia – The Perfect Investment Spot

Companies are choosing to invest in Virginia as a result of its Right to Work laws that create benefits. In fact, we have three great examples here in this article. The most recent Right to Work Virginia investments are coming from Unilock and AeroFarms, as well as EAB. Read on in order to learn more!


Unilock is investing $55.6 million in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Hanover County, Virginia. This will create 50 new jobs!

“I can think of no better way to kick off the next 50 years for Unilock than planting our flag in Doswell, Virginia.” […]

“We are excited that Unilock has selected Hanover County for a major manufacturing operation that will increase its reach to significant markets on the East Coast. […] Virginia is a world-class transportation and logistics hub with a renowned manufacturing workforce, and this new operation will greatly contribute to the company’s long-term growth.” […]

“With more than 30,000 manufacturing workers in the region, I’m thrilled that Unilock found Hanover County to be the perfect fit. […] The strength of the workforce in the region has attracted over 1,100 manufacturing firms to the region, many of whom select Hanover.”



AeroFarms is expanding soon in Right to Work Pittsylvania County, Virginia with a new vertical farm. This will create 66 new jobs as a result!

“We want to thank Governor Youngkin and the entire State of Virginia for their tremendous support in bringing AeroFarms to Danville, and Danville-Pittsylvania County. […] There is an incredible spirit of partnership here that made us feel right at home as we built our latest world-class commercial indoor vertical farm to serve the community with fresh, safely grown, nutritious, and delicious leafy greens all year round.” […]

“The agriculture industry continues to play a significant role in the growth of Virginia’s economy, and we congratulate AeroFarms on the expansion of its state-of-the-art facility in Pittsylvania County. […] The Commonwealth’s innovative corporate partners are making major technology advancements in this important sector, and we look forward to AeroFarms’ next chapter of growth.” […]

“AeroFarms’ innovative approach to indoor farming has transformed the industry for nearly two decades. […] We are excited about their continued growth and appreciate their commitment to grow in Danville-Pittsylvania.”



EAB is investing $6 million in order to expand in Right to Work Henrico County, Virginia. This will create 200 new jobs as a result!

“EAB is deeply committed to the Richmond area, and we believe our long-term investment will serve Henrico County, the Greater Richmond community, and our growing employee base for many years to come.” […]

“EAB is a valuable employer in the Commonwealth, and we are pleased to support its growth and creation of 206 new jobs in Henrico County. […] The Greater Richmond region’s combination of world-class talent, stable business climate, competitive operating costs, and livability provides an ideal location for EAB to thrive, and we look forward to a continuing partnership.” […]

“We’re thrilled that EAB is expanding their operations in Henrico County and relocating to a new office space. […] Technology companies like EAB and other office users find Henrico County and Greater Richmond to be the perfect mix of low business costs yet high quality of life for their employees.”


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