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Tag Archives: Wayne County Development Alliance

Hosokawa Announces New Facility, $6.5 Million Investment In Wayne County

Hosokawa Announces New Facility, $6.5 Million Investment In Wayne County

(GDN) — New jobs are coming as a contract chemical processor plans its move to Wayne County.  Hosokawa Custom Processing Services announced on Wednesday it would create 16 new jobs as part of its $6.5 million investment to relocate a processing center to Goldsboro.  Kenny Flowers, Assistant Secretary of Rural Economic Development for the N.C.…read more »

Pamlico Air Adding Nearly 250 Jobs In Wayne County

Pamlico Air Adding Nearly 250 Jobs In Wayne County

Hundreds of new jobs are coming to Wayne County.  CleanAire, LLC, an air filtration manufacturing company doing business as Pamlico Air, recently created over 400 jobs in Goldsboro.  On Wednesday, Pamlico Air announced a few hundred more jobs were coming to its facility on Woodland Church Drive.  Harry Smith, CEO of Pamlico Air, says the…read more »

“Impact Wayne” Campaign Aims To Create Jobs, Stimulate Economy

“Impact Wayne” Campaign Aims To Create Jobs, Stimulate Economy

Wayne County is taking steps to stimulate its economy in the coming years. The kickoff event, held Thursday at Goldsboro Builders Supply, marks the start of an aggressive five year plan from the Wayne County Development Alliance. WCDA President Mark Pope talked about the Impact Wayne campaign and says this is a great way for…read more »

Sanctuary Systems To Create Jobs With Fremont Expansion

Sanctuary Systems To Create Jobs With Fremont Expansion

A PPE company is locating a manufacturing facility in northern Wayne County.  Sanctuary Systems, LLC will invest nearly $5 million dollars in Fremont as part of its new facility.  Wayne County Development Alliance President Mark Pope made the announcement last week in Fremont.  In addition to local benefits, the company will receive a $500,000 grant…read more »

Pope Returns To Kinston To Head N.C. Global TransPark

Pope Returns To Kinston To Head N.C. Global TransPark

The North Carolina Global TransPark Authority has hired Mark Pope to be its economic development director, effective July 15. A Lenoir County native and East Carolina University alumnus, Pope has been president of the Wayne County Development Alliance since August 2018. From 2005 to 2018, he was economic development director in Lenoir County. He previously spent…read more »

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