Companies Like InFlex are Expanding in Right to Work Georgia!
Four companies are expanding in Right to Work Georgia. These include Purple Innovation and ASOS as well as InFlex, and Woodgrain.
Three businesses are investing soon in Right to Work Indiana. These include Stevanato Group, Dell Cove Spices & More, and Quality Pasta Company. Stevanato Group will be adding a new location in Fishers. Meanwhile, Quality Pasta Company will be adding a new location in Merrillville. And lastly, Dell Cove Spices & More is relocating to New Haven. Altogether, these businesses will create 350 new jobs for the state. So this is good news!
Read on to find out more about each investment.
Stevanato Group is investing $145 million toward a new location in Right to Work Fishers, Indiana. This will create 230 new jobs!
“Indiana continues to secure extraordinary growth in life sciences throughout the state. We’re [glad] to add Stevanato Group to our list of innovative life sciences companies. […] The life sciences industry contributes roughly $80 billion to the state’s economy, and we are committed to ensuring a thriving business climate that allows these firms to continue to grow and provide quality Hoosier careers.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Dell Cove Spices & More is relocating to Right to Work New Haven, Indiana with a $233,000 Investment that will also create 50 new jobs.
“This move made sense both for business and personal reasons. […] I grew up in Fort Wayne and still have friends and family here. Every time I would come back here to visit, this whole area seemed to keep growing and growing, and we wanted to be part of that growth. It felt like a perfect time to come home.” […]
“Indiana’s entrepreneurial community is supportive, innovative and growing. […] With their persistence and entrepreneurial spirit, small businesses like Dell Cove Spices & More continue to drive Indiana’s economy forward and create more career opportunities for Hoosiers.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Quality Pasta Company is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Merrillville, Indiana with a $13.3 million investment. This will also create 70 new jobs!
“We are proud to embark on this expansion to bring new capacity to the market and especially proud to do this after more than a year operating in a pandemic. […] The demand for our products and services remains strong, and we will continue to meet the needs of our customers with the highest quality, most innovative products available. The new plant and team in Merrillville will be a great compliment to our Charleroi, Pennsylvania, facility and team to help deliver more great products to the market.” […]
“As a state, we’re working hard to maintain a pro-growth business climate that supports new investment and attracts companies like Quality Pasta Company from across the country and around the world. […] We’re excited for what the company has in store for Lake County. And, we look forward to supporting their growth in the Hoosier state for years to come.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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