Aerospace Manufacturer Expands, Creates 39 New Jobs In Missouri

Alpine Aviation Group, Inc., an aerospace-focused advanced manufacturing company, is expanding into Missouri with a new facility that will be used to assemble wiring harnesses for aircraft in Ozark, Missouri. The new facility is expected to create 39 new jobs in the region.

“We are excited to welcome Alpine Aviation Group to the Ozark community,” Governor Mike Parson said. “The company is bringing quality, high-paying jobs to the many hardworking individuals who call Missouri home. Alpine’s investment is a testament to Missouri’s leadership in aerospace manufacturing and innovation, and we look forward to working together as the company continues to grow and invest in our state.”

“It is our privilege to have the opportunity to establish a company in the Ozarks. Alpine is looking forward to bringing innovative designs throughout not only the aerospace industry but beyond.”

The City of Ozark, Show Me Christian County, Springfield Regional Economic Partnership, Missouri Partnership and the Missouri Department of Economic Development all worked to bring Alpine Aviation Group to Missouri.

“We are honored to receive Alpine Aviation Group as the newest member of the Christian County Business community. Alpine is adding a tremendous amount of value to our area, both from an economic and workforce perspective, and we could not be more excited to see them continue to grow and flourish in Christian County.”

From Charles Lindbergh, to the Mercury and Apollo space programs, to the latest in aerospace innovation today, Missouri has led the way in every aspect of aviation for nearly 100 years and that leadership continues today. Statewide, Missouri is home to more than 100 aerospace manufacturing companies, and Missouri talent builds the F/A-18, F-15, EA-18G, MQ-25 and the new USAF T-X Trainer, along with composite parts for the 777X and more.

“Alpine Aviation Group is a phenomenal company and we are thrilled to welcome them to Missouri’s growing aerospace sector,” said Subash Alias, CEO of Missouri Partnership. “This was a project that required coordination at all levels, and the joint efforts of the City of Ozark, Show Me Christian County, Springfield Regional Economic Partnership, the State of Missouri and our team was excellent. It is great to see yet another leading and innovative company take advantage of Missouri’s strengths in the aerospace manufacturing industry.”

For more information on why Missouri could be a prime location to launch or grow your business, contact Subash Alias, CEO of Missouri Partnership, at 314.932.3973 or via our contact form. We’d be happy to answer any questions you might have, and show you how Missouri Partnership can help with your business expansion, collaboration, and investment needs.

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