BioStar Systems – Renewable Energy Plant in Pettis County

Barbara BremerEDSPC News

May 28, 2014 The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that BioStar Systems has selected Pettis County as the location of its new biogas production facility. DED officials joined company leadership and local economic development partners in Sedalia this morning to celebrate the 23 new jobs created by BioStar’s $60 million capital investment in the company’s newest facility. … Read More

Energy Innovation Center gets Turned On

Barbara BremerEDSPC News

April 21, 2014 State Fair Community College’s Energy Innovation Center came to ceremonial life with a flip of the switch courtesy of Missouri Treasurer Clint Zweifel on Monday.¬† The EIC – a partnership between SFCC, KCP&L, Waste Corporation of America and PPS Group – was celebrated as a “napkin idea” that eventually drew in local, statewide and national supporters in … Read More

Impact Signs Announces Expansion

Barbara BremerEDSPC News

April 15, 2014 Impact Signs Awnings Wraps, Inc. on Tuesday announced a 3,600-square-foot expansion to its facility on South Limit Avenue to make room for new state-of-the-art equipment. The expansion, which is slated to begin this week, will include a new painting system allowing the company to paint large signs. The expansion will also add between two and four manufacturing … Read More

Black Dawn Manufacturing & Coating – Sedalia’s Next Manufacturing Expansion

Barbara BremerEDSPC News

March 19, 2014 SEDALIA-Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County joined officials from Black Dawn Manufacturing & Coating, a firearms and accessories manufacturer, to celebrate the expansion of Black Dawn in Sedalia. Black Dawn’s expansion project includes a $1.5 million capital investment and is expected to create 19 new jobs. They recently relocated into a new facility¬† at 1511 North Ohio, in Sedalia. … Read More

New Green Jobs Coming to Missouri

Barbara BremerEDSPC News

January 30, 2014 JEFFERSON CITY – Clean Line Energy introduced the three major manufacturers who are partnering to bring renewable energy and jobs to Missouri. The Green Line Energy-Grain Belt Express Energy Line is a 750-mile long renewable energy transmission line that will run from western Kansas to Missouri and other Midwestern states. Hubbell Power Systems President Bill Tolley said, … Read More

Total of 45 companies approved for EEZ

Barbara BremerEDSPC News

October 24, 2013 The Enhanced Enterprise Zone Board held their annual meeting Tuesday, Oct. 22 at the Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County offices at US Bank, and appointed three members to five-year terms. Jo Lynn Turley was appointed to the Central Zone, Rusty Kahrs was appointed to the North Zone and JoAnn Martin was appointed to the South Zone of the … Read More

Maxion Shines in this year’s Economic Development Sedalia Showcase

Barbara BremerEDSPC News

August 16, 2013 An emphasis on industry and its importance in bringing jobs to Missouri was the focus of this year’s Sedalia Showcase. Gov. Jay Nixon addressed a crowd of more than 200 people Thursday at Maxion Wheels – this year’s featured showcase industry – noting the company is celebrating its 35th anniversary in Sedalia. “For decades Hayes Lemmerz has … Read More

Economic Development announces QC Supply; Agricultural Distribution Center to Sedalia

Barbara BremerEDSPC News

May 9, 2013 Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County and The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today that QC Supply, an international distributor of agricultural goods, will open a new distribution center in Sedalia. The Schuyler, Nebraska based company sells livestock equipment and supplies and provides installation of specific lines of products for livestock and poultry equipment. Mr. Lonnie Kitt … Read More

Lyne Plastics expanding into Sedalia

Barbara BremerEDSPC News

January 15, 2013 Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County (EDSPC) and The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today that a plastics manufacturing company will be expanding into Sedalia. Lyne Plastics’ expansion, a capital investment of $1.2 million, is expected to create 14 new jobs within the next year, at the Sedalia Industrial Park, located on the northern edge of town. … Read More