Two Companies Locate to Right to Work Virginia, Creating Jobs

Two companies that are opening new locations in Virginia soon include Pure Shenandoah and DHL Supply Chain. Pure Shenandoah will be adding a new facility in Elkton, while DHL Supply Chain will be building in Stafford County. Altogether, these two companies will be creating over 600 new jobs. So this is good news for the state. Read on to find out more about each company’s plans!

Pure Shenandoah:

“Pure Shenandoah is a great example of the many ways we are able to help innovative, agriculture-based companies grow and thrive in the Commonwealth. […] I am [happy] to see continued job creation and investment in Virginia’s industrial hemp industry and […] for the new market opportunities the industry is creating for our farmers.”


DHL Supply Chain:

“The ongoing pandemic has underscored the value of supply chain management and delivery services during times of crisis. With our central East Coast location and advanced transportation infrastructure, our Commonwealth offers unparalleled advantages for businesses[. W]e are proud to support the company’s new high-tech operation in Stafford Country.” […]

“It is a pleasure[…] to secure over 570 new, quality jobs in Stafford, especially in this time where many workers in our region are still recovering from the impact of COVID-19.” 


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