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The steel fabrication company will create 32 jobs at a new Selmer plant that's expected to begin operations in May 2019.


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The steel fabrication company will create 32 jobs at a new Selmer plant that's expected to begin operations in May 2019.

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Quality Iron & Steel Investing $2.8M In Tennessee

The steel fabrication company will create 32 jobs at a new Selmer plant that's expected to begin operations in May 2019.

Southland Steel Investing $18M In Louisiana Expansion

The steel fabricator will create 70 new jobs with its second Louisiana site at the former Bradken foundry in Amite, Tangipahoa Parish.

Schuff Steel Launching South Carolina Operations

The steel construction services provider will invest $9 million and create more than 180 new jobs in York County, SC. 

Canatal Steel USA Investing $1.5M In Virginia Expansion

The Canada-based company's manufacturing expansion will bring 38 new lobs to Botetourt County, VA with support from the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.

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