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In North Carolina, four expansion projects announced in the past week will bring a total of more than 530 new jobs to Cabarrus, Gaston, Nash and Scotland counties.
Packaging manufacturer CCL Label Inc. and frozen food company Meel Corp are both expanding into North Carolina, bringing millions in investments to the state.
Cornerstone Building Brands, an exterior building product company, will create 38 jobs at its new production facility in Rocky Mount, NC.
The lightweight composites maker for the transportation industry will create 61 jobs and add a new paint line and equipment at its Rowan County, NC facility.
Connecticut-based Dymax Corporation will create 59 jobs at a new advanced manufacturing facility in Gastonia, North Carolina.
The home improvement retailer will invest $153 million and create more than 1,900 jobs in the Charlotte region.
The sheet metal fabricating equipment manufacturer will invest $87 million to develop a new product line in High Point, NC.
The aircraft engine and components manufacturer will add 146 jobs at its facilities in Asheville and West Jefferson, NC, with support from a performance-based state grant.
The agriculture equipment distributor will expand its Nash County operations, adding 31 jobs over five years while upgrading its offices and facilities in Battleboro, NC.
The Japan-based tire company will build a new Technical Development Center in the City of Concord, NC, creating 56 jobs.
California-based Dynamic Air Engineering Inc. is investing $6.8 million to relocate to the city of Claremont in Catawba County, NC.
North and South Carolina may not be alike in many ways, but it appears they share similar stories.