Global manufacturer 3M is once again strengthening its ties to the Show-Me State with a $18.7 million expansion project and an additional 22 new jobs at its Nevada location, Gov. Nixon announced today. These latest jobs will bring 3M’s workforce in the state to 1,259 Missourians.
“Again and again, we’re seeing global companies like 3M invest in the Show-Me State and hire hard-working Missourians to help grow their business,” Gov. Nixon said. “Our superior workforce and pro-business climate continue to create opportunities and spur economic development in every corner of the state.”
Founded in 1902 in St. Paul, Minn., 3M produces thousands of innovative products for a variety of sectors including health care, highway safety, office products, and manufacturing. The company operates in more than 70 countries and has several facilities in Missouri.