Monthly Archives: July 2018

Missouri Governor Mike Parson: Next-Gen Air Force Jet Trainer Must Take Off From Missouri

“Since McDonnell Aircraft Corp. opened its St. Louis plant in 1939, our state has been on the cutting edge of aviation,” Missouri Governor Mike Parson said in a recent article for the ... Read More

Health Innovation Company Expands, Adds 225 Jobs In Kansas City, Missouri

TrialCard, a health innovation company specializing in helping pharmaceutical manufacturers with distribution, payment and patient-support services, announced plans to expand in Kansas City, Missouri. The expansion is expected to create 225 ... Read More

Grove Collaborative Cuts Ribbon On New Facility In St. Peters, Missouri

Grove Collaborative, a high-growth natural home focused platform delivering products directly to consumers, cut the ribbon on their new 137,000 sq. ft. fulfillment center in St. Peters, Missouri. The new facility represents ... Read More

Dollar Tree’s 1 Million Square Foot Distribution Facility Begins Operations In Missouri

The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced that Dollar Tree has cut the ribbon on its one million square foot distribution facility in Warrensburg, Missouri. This ribbon cutting comes on the heels ... Read More

Ameren Adds Six Firms To Accelerator Program

Ameren, a St. Louis, Missouri-based energy solutions company, announced plans to add six early-stage companies for the second round of an accelerator program it launched last year with the University of ... Read More

Boeing Awarded $1.5 Billion Contract To Produce Super Hornets For Kuwait

Boeing Co., a global aerospace and defense manufacturer, has been awarded a $1.5 billion contract by the U.S. Navy to produce and deliver 28 F-18 Super Hornets to the government of ... Read More

Professional Services Company Expands, Adds 50 New Jobs In Missouri

Yellow Frog Graphics, a professional services company providing custom vehicle graphics and wraps, announced plans to expand with a new $3.9 million facility in St. Joseph, Missouri. The expansion is expected to ... Read More

Gateway Arch Reopens In St. Louis, Missouri

The Gateway Arch is arguably one of the most famous structures in the world today. Built in 1965, it is the tallest arch in the world and a symbol of America’s ... Read More

Video: Welcome To Partnership Business Park

Located in central Missouri, the Partnership Business Park is zoned for light industrial use. This Jefferson City site has 85 available certified acres, with an additional 100 available adjacent acres. A ... Read More

Food Solutions Expands, Creates 250 New Jobs In Missouri

Beyond Meat, a plant-based burger startup, announced its plan to expand and triple its production capacity in Columbia, Missouri. The new plant is expected to create 250 new jobs. “We first ... Read More