NEMO Manufacturing, an advanced manufacturing company, and Noviqu, a software development firm, have each announced plans to expand in Missouri’s Hannibal/Kirksville region.
NEMO Manufacturing, a manufacturer of electronic components for everything from computers to fighter jets, announced its plans to expand in La Grange, Missouri. The 22,000 sq. ft. expansion is expected to add up to 20 new advanced manufacturing jobs in the region.
Meanwhile, the Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation announced that Noviqu, a software development firm, plans to expand its operations to Moberly, Missouri. Noviqu’s expansion is expected to more than double the size of the current company.
“We are pleased to expand our operations to Moberly,” said Anna Haney, CEO of Noviqu. “We are excited to be a part of the Moberly business community and we look forward to growing our business as well as the tech sector in Moberly.”
The Hannibal/Kirksville Region sits on the Mississippi river in northeast Missouri, and is served by two interstate highways, four Class 1 railroads and regional airports, enabling efficient river, road, air and rail distribution in all directions. The region is a prolific producer of soybeans, with additional strengths in advanced manufacturing, food solutions, information technology, and logistics.
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