Neapco Components Expands Manufacturing Center In Beatrice, Nebraska
The company invested $1.6 million in the renovation and construction of approximately 13,200 sq. ft. of internal and external office space housing 65 employees in Beatrice Industrial Park. As an incentive, Nebraska Department of Economic Development awarded the City of Beatrice $300,000 from its Site and Building Development Fund for the project.
“We are encouraged by the continued investment by the city and state in the support of Neapco’s growth in Beatrice,” said Vice President and General Manager J.C. Stiles. “We consider this to be a positive environment with benefits for Neapco and the community.”
“On behalf of our state, I join others in congratulating Neapco for 34 years of solid, dependable service and manufacturing high in-demand products. Neapco’s business investment in the city of Beatrice and outlying areas have provided wonderful jobs that allow families to enjoy our great quality of life here in Nebraska,” said Governor Pete Ricketts.
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