What’s In Store for Right to Work Louisiana?

Companies are investing in Right to Work Louisiana. Two of the most recent investments are coming from Great Southern Wood Preserving and Greenberry Industrial. Great Southern Wood Preserving will be expanding in Mansura Avoyelles Parish. Meanwhile, Greenberry Industrial is adding a new location in Jefferson Davis Parish.

Read on so you can learn more about each company’s plans!

Great Southern Wood Preserving:

Great Southern Wood Preserving is investing $22.5 million toward an expansion in Right to Work Mansura Avoyelles Parish, creating 58 jobs.

“Great Southern Wood Preserving joins a growing list of lumber companies that have announced new or expanding operations that created more than 600 direct new jobs in Louisiana the past two years.” […]

“Great Southern Wood is an important component of the wood products industry, which is a driver of the Central Louisiana economy. […] We applaud their leadership and commitment to the region with the addition of new jobs and capital investment in Avoyelles Parish. Investments like this one continue to strengthen our regional economy and showcase the ability and capacity of our people. Louisiana Central is proud to work alongside our valued partners to grow jobs, grow opportunity, and grow our region.”


Greenberry Industrial:

Greenberry Industrial is investing $500,000 in order to add a new location in Right to Work Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana, creating 100 new jobs.

“Greenberry Industrial is very excited about the expansion of our Gulf Coast operation into Jefferson Davis Parish.” […]

“Greenberry Industrial’s arrival in Louisiana reinforces our standing as a prime location for advanced manufacturing business investment. […] This project continues Louisiana’s rural revitalization by bringing an underutilized site back into commerce and creating quality jobs in the process.” […]

“The SWLA Economic Development Alliance thanks Greenberry Industrial for establishing their operation in Jeff Davis Parish. […] The jobs created and financial impact will help those in our region to find employment.”


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