Companies to Call Right to Work North Carolina Home
Companies adding new locations in Right to Work North Carolina include SterTek, SunTree, BIOPHIL, and Sunlight Batteries.
CGB Enterprises and ADM are both adding new locations soon in Right to Work North Dakota! Read on so you can learn more about each investment and what it’ll mean for the economy.
CGB Enterprises is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Casselton, North Dakota. This will create 50-60 new jobs!
“We are pleased to partner with CGB to build this facility that will complement our current operations in Brewster, MN. The combination of these assets well positions us to meet demand, domestically and globally, for meal and oil, while providing a consistent, competitive market for locally grown soybeans for local farmers.” […]AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
ADM, a soybean processing company, is investing $350 million in Right to Work Spiritwood, North Dakota in order to add a new processing plant here.
“This soybean processing plant is a gamechanger for North Dakota farmers, adding value and expanding the market[…].
“Now, with innovative leader ADM and collaboration with local economic development and multiple state agencies, this exciting value-added project has come to fruition. We’re deeply grateful for ADM’s investment in our state[…].”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work North Dakota, click here.
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