Tag: Pulaski County

Grupo Phoenix to create 145 new jobs in Pulaski County

Grupo Phoenix will invest $48.7 million to expand its subsidiary manufacturing operation, Phoenix Packaging Operations, in Pulaski County.


Camrett Logistics to invest $2.125 million to expand operation in Pulaski County

Camrett Logistics Inc., a third party logistics company, will invest $2.125 million to expand its operation in Pulaski County.


Volvo to upgrade truck plant, develop Customer Experience Center, add 32 jobs in New River Valley

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that the Volvo Group will invest $38.1 million at the New River Valley assembly facility in Pulaski County, where all Volvo Trucks models for North America are assembled.


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Pulaski aquaponics venture is finalist for recognition

Pulaski Grow, an aquaponics business established in Pulaski County to provide youth job training opportunities, is among four finalists for the first-ever Rural Entrepreneurship Challenge.


Virginia Tech class mobilizes for health outreach program

When The Health Wagon, a spiffy 2014-model motorhome, rolled onto the Drillfield this week, it wasn;t there to deliver flu shots or accept blood donations, but rather to tell a story.


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McAuliffe announces federal grants to improve safety, mental health services for students

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Friday that the Commonwealth has been awarded two five-year federal grants totaling nearly $13.3 million to improve mental health services for students and expand programs to make schools safer.


McAuliffe announces 69 new jobs for Town of Pulaski

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Tuesday that James Hardie Building Products Inc., an international manufacturer of fiber-cement siding for the construction industry, will invest $25 million to expand manufacturing capacity at its operation in the Town of Pulaski.


Virginia Chamber of Commerce urges General Assembly to address Medicaid gap

The Virginia Chamber of Commerce, joined by business leaders and Chambers of Commerce from across the Commonwealth, endorsed on Monday a private option approach and released a series of principles to address Medicaid in Virginia.


Gov. McDonnell announces 64 new jobs in Pulaski County

Gov. Bob McDonnell announced today that Alexander Industries, a privately held American manufacturer of firearms, will invest $2.88 million to relocate and expand its operations in Dublin Industrial Park in Pulaski County. Virginia successfully competed against South Dakota and Texas for the project, which will create 64 new jobs.