Monthly Archives: August 2013

Gov. Nixon joins Leggett & Platt in announcing $5 million expansion of Carthage facility

Gov. Jay Nixon today joined company leadership and local economic development officials to announce a $5.1 million expansion by Leggett & Platt in Carthage. The company’s expansion project will add 28,000 ... Read More

Alpha Packaging to expand pharmaceutical bottle facility

Alpha Packaging plans to spend $3.5 million on new machines and equipment for the first phase of a plan to create bottles for pharmaceutical and nutritional companies. The high-density polyethylene bottles ... Read More

Danuser Machine Company Expands in Fulton

Work has begun on expansion plans for Danuser Machine Company in Fulton. Established in 1910 and run by fourth-generation sibling owners Glenn and Janea Danuser, manager Roland Bartley said the company’s ... Read More

Mid-Missouri schools launching ‘Innovation Campus’

With help from a $1 million state grant, Linn State Technical College and Lincoln University are working with three area high schools to improve information technology training. Their work is part ... Read More

Move over, New York, California; Missouri’s tech jobs are a rising star

Missouri beat out California and New York for growth in technology jobs in the first half of the year, according to a study released this week citing U.S. Bureau of Labor ... Read More

Processing center plans 600 Wentzville jobs

Virginia-based government contractor Serco Inc. will hire 600 people over the next three months for a processing center in Wentzville, handling applications for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Serco ... Read More

Mass. recycling firm to spend $7 million to open St. Louis location

A Massachusetts-based company that pays businesses for waste, which it processes into a fuel source, is opening a recycling and manufacturing facility northwest of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. Materials Lifecycle Management ... Read More

DED announces expansion of Kansas City commercial printing firm, expected creation of 65 new jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today that Barton Nelson, a commercial printing firm, will be expanding its Kansas City operations. Barton Nelson’s expansion includes a $15,452,000 capital investment ... Read More

New plant brings 80 new jobs to Ellington

A new Paramount Apparel plant is scheduled to begin production in Ellington as soon as next week. The plant is bringing up to 80 new jobs to the area. The mayor ... Read More

Kansas City direct marketing firm expands creating 42 new jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today that Mail Print, a direct marketing firm, will be expanding and consolidating its operations to its Kansas City, Mo., facility. The expansion ... Read More