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Two businesses could be coming to Pender County, creating more than 50 jobs and bringing in revenue for the county.
BlueArrow Warehousing and Logistics is coming to the Cape Fear Industrial Complex in Rocky Point and hiring up to 25 workers.
The sweet sound of new jobs could be heard this afternoon in Pender County as Mojotone got a major upgrade.
New Hanover County commissioners delayed the decision on an incentive package for National Gypsum after concerns were raised about formaldehyde emissions.
Pender Commerce Park currently has two tenants: Acme Smoked Fish and Empire Distributors. That number may be about to double.
One thing is for certain: for those who didn't know anything about Wilmington, they do now
Wilmington's Chamber of Commerce and Wilmington Business Development hosted Wilmington's 25th Annual Economic Forecast Wednesday morning.
The national economic development magazine "Site Selection" has name North Carolina the number one state to compete for new businesses. According to the list in the May issue, the state's workforce and infrastructure is most attractive to potential companies.
Governor Pat McCrory announced this afternoon that Vertex Rail will be adding 1,300 new jobs at the former Terex Crane facility located on Raleigh Street in Wilmington. The company will manufacture rail tank cars which are in high demand to transport crude oil from North Dakota, Texas and other energy-producing states.
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