Missouri Department of Economic Development
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The new fulfillment center for clothing rental brand Nuuly will create 750 new jobs in Raymore, MO.
Plans for Meta to build a hyperscale data center in Kansas City, MO is among the projects popping up in the state.
Cleaning and hygiene solutions company Hillyard, Inc. will invest over $50 million, retain more than 200 jobs at its downtown St. Joseph, MO location.
Nestlé Professional USA, the out-of-home division of Nestlé, will create more than 30 jobs with its Trenton, MO expansion project.
Deli Star selected St. Louis, MO for its new headquarters and manufacturing facility thanks in part to a highly-skilled and available talent pool, low business costs, and quality of life.
Accenture Federal Services will open a new Advanced Technology Center in St. Louis, MO to serve U.S. federal government clients.
Missouri's PPE Marketplace matches companies that manufacture and sell personal protective equipment (PPE) with companies that need to purchase it.
The auto company's investment will retain 4,000 jobs at its Wentzville, MO plant, where it will build its next generation mid-size trucks.
Homebase, Simplifyy and Mark II Transfer Station are expected to bring a total of 388 new jobs to the Kansas City, MO region.
The new state-of-the-art warehousing, logistics and distribution facility in Joplin, MO will create up to 125 new jobs.
LifeLine Foods and Boehringer Ingelheim will each make significant investments at their St. Joseph, MO facilities, totaling more than $34 million.
The new facility in the Skyport Industrial Park will create more than 360 new jobs across the Kansas City, MO region.
The high-tech operation in St. Peters will be the online retail giant's first fulfillment center in Missouri.
The global technology company is expanding its Kansas City, MO operations, and plans to create 415 new jobs.
The global manufacturer will expand its operations in Springfield, MO, where it makes industrial adhesives and tapes for the aerospace industry and other heavy industrial customers.
Virbac Corporation will consolidate its distribution operations in a facility at Kansas City's Hunt Midwest SubTropolis to tap into the benefits provided by the KC Animal Health Corridor.
AutoAlert will bring 200 new jobs to the city, which was selected for its revitalized and growing downtown area, access to tech talent, and convenient transportation options.
The IT consulting firm will use the space to host business clients, showcase technology demonstrations, and provide its growing workforce with areas to collaborate and innovate.
Kerry is expanding its liquid smoke product manufacturing facility in Greenville, MO with help from an incentive package from the Missouri DED.
The national retail pharmacy selected Kansas City, MO for its new 762,000-square-foot distribution center based on the local workforce and centralized location.
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