Whoohoo: 600+ New Jobs In TN & NC.
DECHERD, Tenn. – Business is booming for Nissan thanks in part to the Leaf. Because of that success, the automaker is adding jobs to its plant in Decherd.
Nissan announced the plant expansion on Tuesday. Beginning in 2013, motors for the Nissan Leaf will be produced in the Decherd plant. Work to add the electric motors will begin right away and the expansion is expected to add up to 90 jobs. OPI National Outplacement and Career Transition Services in Knoxville, Tennessee…Read More.
Durham solar energy firm Semprius has announced it will add 256 jobs for a new pilot production plant it plans to build in Vance County after state and local government officials approved an incentives package worth $7.88 million for the company.
Semprius has committed to spending $89.7 million in capital investment over the next five years to open the plant in an empty facility near Triangle North Corporate Park near Henderson.
Wages for the new jobs will vary by job function, but the overall average for the new jobs will be $45,565 a year plus benefits. The Vance County average annual wage is $30,004, according to a statement from Gov. Beverly Perdue’s office. The company already employs 30 people in Durham. OPI National Outplacement and Career Transition Services Located in Knoxville, Tennessee…Read More.
ELKIN — A home fragrance products maker is planning to expand its Surry County facility and add 67 jobs over the next three years. The governor’s office said today that MVP Group International plans to invest $10.6 million in its production and distribution facility in Elkin. The plant currently employs 104 workers.
The average annual wage for the new jobs will be $28,033 plus benefits. The Surry County average annual wage is $29,016. MVP Group, based in Charleston, S.C., makes candles, potpourri and sprays for private labels and large national chains. Its brands include Harry & David, Carolina Candle. OPI National Outplacement and Career Transition Services Located in Knoxville, Tennessee.
KINSTON — An aviation company will expand production at the N.C. Global TransPark and add 150 to 200 jobs over the next five years.
The governor’s office announced today that Spirit AeroSystems Inc. will start to produce wings for the Gulfstream G250. The company already makes at that facility a fuselage and leading edge wing spars for the Airbus A350 commercial aircraft.
Spirit AeroSystems is based in Wichita, Kan. The company opened a 500,000-square foot facility in Lenoir County in July 2010. OPI National Outplacement and Career Transition Services Located in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Executive Wings Inc., an aviation services company based at Melbourne International Airport, is growing and adding at least 10 jobs as part of its expansion.
The expansion, until now known as “Project Aloha,” will allow the company to double its operating size with a 33,750-square-foot hangar with office space on a nearly two-acre site at the airport.
Construction of the $2.77 million hangar is being financed by the airport and an $860,000 grant from the Florida Department of Transportation. The project is scheduled for completion in nine to 12 months. OPI National outplacement and Career Transition Services located in Knoxville, Tennessee…Read More.
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