The NCGTPEDR hosted another economic development announcement today, this time in Goldsboro, NC. Governor Roy Cooper announced that Hosokawa Custom Processing Services LLC, a contract chemical processor, will create 16 new jobs in Wayne County. In addition, the company will invest $6.5 million to relocate a processing center to the ParkEast Industrial Park in Goldsboro, NC.
“We are pleased to welcome Hosokawa to our state,” said Governor Cooper. “This decision to relocate to Eastern North Carolina underscores the strength of our business location, premier quality of life, and most importantly, our talented workforce in every region of the state.”
Hosokawa Custom Processing Services LLC is the custom processing division of Hosokawa Micron Corporation, a leader in process solutions for powder and particle technology. The custom processing business processes powders used primarily by the chemical, mineral, and plastic industries. The new location in Goldsboro will be the company’s new home, which is currently located in New Jersey.
We welcome Hosokawa to Wayne County!
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