Enerfab will invest more than $11 million to expanding operations at its Natchez, Mississippi manufacturing facility, known as Enersteel, to accommodate an increase in tank head production. The project will bring the total number employed at the facility to 110.
At its Natchez location, Enersteel specializes in fabricated steel plate products that include storage tanks and pressure vessels for industrial process markets. The facility also produces ductwork and other major air quality control components for the power generation industry.
“We are extremely pleased for Enerfab to have the opportunity to increase its capacity for tank head manufacturing by expanding our facility in Natchez, Mississippi,” said Enersteel’s Operations Manager Aaron Shermer. “We are proud to be part of the team, along with our local and state officials, providing more jobs and benefits for the hard working men and women in our area.”
“I appreciate the team at Enerfab for selecting Enersteel’s Natchez location for this expansion and addition of jobs for the area’s workers,” Gov. Phil Bryant said. “Natchez’s prime location, along with the supportive business climate found in the state, were key factors in the company’s decision to expand here, serving as further proof that Mississippi is a great place to do business.”
The Mississippi Development Authority provided assistance in support of the project for infrastructure improvements.“MDA is honored to have provided assistance for the expansion of Enersteel and the creation of these new jobs, and we appreciate the company for once again placing its confidence in our business climate and workforce,” said MDA Executive Director Brent Christensen. “We thank our partners at Natchez Inc. and the Adams County Board of Supervisors for working with us on this project, and we look forward to watching Enersteel continue to grow in the future.”