North Star Feeds Expands Brunswick, Missouri, Operations
The investment includes the addition of a new warehouse, maintenance shop, and boiler room. The facility currently recycles waste vegetable oils and fats through filtration and heating processes to transform them into usable materials for renewable energy, will allow for increased process and energy efficiency while increasing product output.
“North Star Feeds is excited for our acceptance into the Missouri Works program with the State of Missouri,” said Anthony Pellegrino, Vice President of Operations for North Star Feeds. “Thanks to this program, we have already hired two new employees and are in the process of hiring three more for our plant expansion in Brunswick, Missouri. We are grateful for this opportunity to continue growing and supporting our community.”
The project is being supported by 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 see North Star Feeds investing and creating new opportunities in Brunswick,” noted Michelle Hataway, Acting Director of the Department of Economic Development. “Our team is proud to support this company as it strengthens its community and helps Missourians prosper.”
North Star Feeds operates facilities in Illinois, Kansas, Tennessee, and Missouri. The company utilizes onsite transloading of rail cars for long hauls and tank trucks.
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