Aerojet Rocketdyne Expands Its Calhoun County, Arkansas, Facility
The addition of 85 new positions will bring total employment at the Aerojet Rocketdyne facility in Calhoun County to more than 630 people. The company manufactures solid rocket motors and warheads for the defense industry in Calhoun County.
“The number one way we can grow Arkansas’s economy is through supporting our existing companies and giving them the tools they need to thrive in the state,” said Governor Asa Hutchinson. “During our time in Paris, I had the opportunity to meet with the several Aerojet Rocketdyne leaders. The company expressed confidence in the state’s overall business climate and southern Arkansas’s workforce. Thanks to Aerojet Rocketdyne for their ongoing commitment to doing business in Arkansas.”
“The City of Camden very much appreciates the significant investment Aerojet Rocketdyne is making in our community” said Camden Mayor Marie Trisollini. “The company’s decision to expand will have a positive impact on many families in Camden, Ouachita County, and Calhoun County for years to come. We have a workforce in place that will be a great fit for the new jobs that will be created. We look forward to the company’s continued growth in southern Arkansas.”
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