TrinityRail Maintenance Services To Establish Production Facility In Jonesboro, Arkansas
The company, an operating unit of TrinityRail Group, and a subsidiary of Trinity Industries, will locate in the facility previously owned by Nordex USA. According to the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, when the expansion has been completed, it could bring as many as 350 new jobs to Arkansas and the City of Jonesboro.
Trinity Industries, Inc. provides industrial products and services ranging from railcars, inland barges, storage containers, and aggregates to highway products, structural wind towers, railcar parts, and railcar leasing and management services.
“We welcome TrinityRail Maintenance Services to Jonesboro, and we are excited for the significant investment the company is making in Northeast Arkansas,” Governor Mike Beebe said. “This shows again that when Arkansas cities have the right workforce and facilities, new companies will continue to bring good-paying jobs here.”
“Jonesboro’s reputation as a manufacturing hub continues to grow with TrinityRail Maintenance Service’s decision to locate its new facility here,” said Jonesboro Mayor Harold Perrin. “We appreciate the company’s confidence in our workforce and look forward to TrinityRail’s success in Jonesboro.”
“The decision of TrinityRail Maintenance Services to locate in Jonesboro is anticipated to create hundreds of new jobs and will have a substantial impact on the area’s economy for years to come,” said Mark Young, President/CEO of the Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce. “Thanks to TrinityRail Maintenance Services for making the decision to invest in Jonesboro, Craighead County and our citizens.”
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