EnviCor Enterprises, a privately-held manufacturer of rotationally molded plastic parts, plans to establish operations in Sikeston, Missouri. The $1.4 million project is expected to create 25 jobs.
The new production facility, the company’s first in the midwest, will enhance its capabilities to serve a broader geographic footprint and deliver custom-molded products for a wider range of customers.
“EnviCor is extremely excited about the opportunities presented to us with our expansion into Southeast Missouri,” said EnviCor Enterprises CEO Steve Arnold. “The additional capacity and distribution channels that the Sikeston location provides will allow us to take the next step in our growth plans. We look forward to assembling a great team and assisting them while they learn the business, execute, and maximize the potential that this expansion presents.”
EnviCor used the Missouri Works program, a tool that helps companies expand and retain workers by providing access to capital through withholdings or tax credits for job creation.
“We're excited to welcome EnviCor Enterprises to our state,” said Maggie Kost, Acting Director of the Department of Economic Development. “We look forward to the positive impact that EnviCor will have in Sikeston and want to thank all of the partners that helped to make this project a reality.”
North Carolina-based EnviCor provides molded products for customers in the agriculture, furniture, recreation, petroleum, industrial and water industries.
“EnviCor will be a wonderful addition to Sikeston’s business community,” said Marcie Lawson, President and CEO of the Sikeston Regional Chamber and Area Economic Development Corporation. “We are confident that our skilled workforce and centralized location will allow them to meet the increased demand for their products and lower distribution costs for their customers.”