Skip to comments.Australian company Nufarm to open $20M Mississippi plant (68 jobs at average of $44,314 per year)
Posted on 08/21/2018 8:20:02 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVetEdited on 08/21/2018 8:33:30 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
GREENVILLE, Miss. (AP) — An Australian farm chemical and seed company will open a distribution facility in Mississippi, investing $20 million and hiring 68 people.
Nufarm Ltd. said Tuesday that it was buying a building from the city of Greenville for the site, with plans to begin operations in summer 2019. Mississippi Development Authority spokeswoman Tammy Craft says Nufarm will repackage and ship products sent to Greenville from other facilities.
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Home of Doe’s Eat Place, best steaks in the country. And within a 25 miles radius, there were born:
Shelby Foote (writer)
Jim Henson (Muppet creator)
B.B. King (musician)
Edgar and Johnny Winter (musicians)
Bruce Blackmon (musician/songwriter, “Moonlight Feels Right”)
Hodding Carter, Jr. (liberal writer)
Greenville went in decline around the 1980’s but is trying to recover, little by little. Good news about the plant opening.
Correction...Bruce Blackman. Sorry, Bruce.
Huge. The delta is one of the most beat down areas in the United States. I listened to a US attorney in Florida mocking a man for having a $10 an hour job there, and it being called a good job. For the area, it was, and the man had fair prospects. The judge ultimately decided he did too.
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