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Tradeology: The Show Me State Sees Significant FDI

Businesses with overseas locations are rapidly transitioning production back to the United States, and facilities are popping up in every region. That is according to Missouri Partnership CEO Steve Johnson in a recent article published by the International Trade Association.

The United States is poised to re-emerge as a manufacturing superpower, thanks in large part to foreign direct investment. Since January 2017, Missouri has attracted significant investments by foreign-owned companies and from U.S. companies’ reshoring jobs. Some examples include:

Steve Johnson, CEO, Missouri Partnership

  • Brødrene Hartmann, a Danish manufacturing company, kicked off production at its U.S. headquarters in Rolla, Missouri;
  • Trans-Lux reshored jobs from China to Missouri;
  • Toyota invested more than $17 million in its Missouri plant; and,
  • Nammo AS, an international aerospace and defense company headquartered in Norway, chose Pettis County, Missouri, as the site of its latest U.S. distribution center.

Check out Steve’s full article here.

For more information on foreign direct investment in Missouri check out our webpage, or contact Steve Johnson, CEO of Missouri Partnership, at 314.725.2688 or via our contact form. He will answer any questions you might have, and explain how Missouri Partnership can help with your business expansion and investment needs.

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