Yearly Archives: 2015

Missouri Food Processing Company Paradise Locker doubles its footprint, adds jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development today announced that Paradise Locker, a Missouri-grown, sustainable meat processing company based in Trimble, is doubling its size and increasing its workforce to about 30 ... Read More

Made in Missouri: Ford F-150 + Natural Gas

The first 2016 F-150 to run on compressed natural gas (CNG) rolled off the assembly line Wednesday in Missouri at Ford Motor Co.’s Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo. Read more ... Read More

Gov. Nixon celebrates Linn County’s Certified Work Ready designation

Brookfield, MO – Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon recently joined local business, education and community leaders at Linn County Area Career & Technical Center to congratulate Linn County for being designated as a Certified Work Ready ... Read More

Crestwood IT company ThrottleNet adding 24 new full-time jobs

The jobs will be added within the next 5 years. ThrottleNet is an information technology consulting firm offering technology solutions from managed network services to cloud computing and custom software development ... Read More

Walmart Distribution Center Expands Moberly Operations

Executives at the Walmart DC #6077 in Moberly announced today that the facility will adding 45 new FTE positions to the facility’s base level staffing over the next few weeks. In ... Read More

ProPharma Group opens new medical information contact center in Maryland Heights

ST. LOUIS, Mo.— The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that ProPharma Group, a provider of compliance services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device sectors, is opening a ... Read More

Missouri S&T Develops Microsatellite for Air Force

Dr. Hank Pernicka, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Missouri S&T, and his students won the final round of an Air Force competition to develop the spacecraft. Pernicka and ... Read More

St. Louis: The tech capital for cancer

Goggles that can see cancer cells the naked eye cannot. Lasers that extract proteins from tumors to develop personalized cancer medicine. A camera that captures up to 100 billion frames per ... Read More

Brewer Science tapped to develop new technology for military

Brewer Science Wednesday announced a new cooperative agreement at Missouri State University’s Jordan Valley Innovation Center for developing and commercializing new nanotechnology with a wide range of applications to protect servicemen ... Read More

Chesterfield medical billing firm to open Cuba facility

National Medical Billing Services (NMBS) is planning to open a new facility in Cuba, Missouri. The planned $213,000 expansion project will create 11 new jobs, with the possibility for “significant” further job ... Read More