Tyler Pipe Company, an advanced manufacturer of pipe and fittings for the plumbing industry, recently announced plans to invest $4.9 million to expand their operations in Marshfield, Missouri. The expansion is expected to create 75 new jobs to the company’s existing workforce in the region.
“As we move forward, Missouri is already seeing signs of economic recovery,” said Missouri Governor Mike Parson. “The expansion of companies like Tyler Pipe show the resilience of our economy and business community. This is great news for Marshfield and for Missouri, and we continue to be optimistic for the future.”
Tyler Pipe’s Marshfield facility specializes in coupling and gasket manufacturing. This expansion in Marshfield marks a significant investment in both the community and the greater Springfield metropolitan area.
“The company is committed to continuing to provide high quality products to our customers,” said Bill Kenney, General Manager of the Tyler Pipe facility. “The decision to expand and grow here in Marshfield, Missouri, is indicative of this community’s assets and strong partnerships that will help us achieve our goals.”
“Tyler Pipe’s expansion is right in line with Marshfield’s Community Growth Plan to add new, high-paying jobs and expand the tax base to enhance the community infrastructure and improve the quality of life for its citizens,” said Marshfield Mayor and GRO Marshfield Board Member Natalie McNish.