The cargo airline will invest more than $4.7M and create 165 jobs in Missouri. Plus, Urban Outfitters kicks off operations at its new 600,000SF fulfillment center for Nuuly in the Kansas City region.
A robust business climate and strategic growth during 2023 earns the Lone Star State this recognition.
Slovenia-based TAB and Germany-based Frogfish Surveillance will both establish their first North American facilities in Missouri.
The strength and diversity of its business climate lands the Lone Star State the top spot for this annual economic development recognition from Business Facilities magazine.
Cal-Maine Foods, a national producer and distributor of shell eggs, will establish a processing facility in Dexter, MO.
Missouri is investing nearly $8 million to expand its cell service through the Cell Towers Grant Program and ARPA funding.
Triumph Foods will add 88 jobs in St. Joseph, Missouri, as part of an expansion that keeps sanitation practices in-house.
EquipmentShare held a grand opening for its industrial and upfitting center and is investing more than $46 million in Moberly, Missouri.
Hoffman Brothers, a full-service residential and commercial HVAC provider, plans to create 300 new jobs as part of its recent expansion.
Clayco, a full-service real-estate development firm, will invest $50 million in St. Louis to relocate and expand its offices and operations.
SPX Cooling Tech will open a manufacturing facility in Springfield, Missouri, bringing more than 60 jobs to the area.
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Pivot Bio, a leading agriculture-technology company, plans to invest more than $20 million to expand its operations in Hazelwood, Missouri.
New US Motor Works facility, located in the Kansas City region, will help the company centralize distribution, expand capabilities and shorten delivery times.
Through its Industrial Site Development Grant Program, Missouri offers shovel-ready sites among the initiatives aimed at continued investment.
Carlisle Construction Materials has opened its 500,000-square-foot production and manufacturing facility in Sikeston, Missouri.
Job growth and economic development in Kansas City, Missouri will be enhanced by the Ace Hardware investment.
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