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Moen Incorporated Expands Warehouse & Distribution Operations in Lenoir County

Image result for moen kinston ncKinston, N.C. – Lenoir County and Lenoir County Economic Development announced today that Moen Incorporated will be expanding its operations in the County and investing over $15 million and adding 35 new jobs in Kinston over the next five years.

“The city of Kinston has been a great fit for Moen, since we first became part of the community nearly 30 years ago,” said Moen Distribution Manager, Troy Pedersen.  “When it came time to expand our distribution and warehouse capacity, Lenoir County was a natural choice. We are excited to begin construction this spring on an addition that will nearly double the size of our existing warehouse facility. This will allow us to increase our warehouse and distribution capacity for Moen Faucets, Kitchen and Bath Accessories, Sinks, and Garbage Disposals as we continue to service all of our customers throughout North America.”

As the #1 faucet brand in North America, Moen offers a diverse selection of thoughtfully designed kitchen and bath faucets, showerheads, accessories, bath safety products, garbage disposals and kitchen sinks for residential and commercial applications each delivering the best possible combination of meaningful innovation, useful features, and lasting value.  Moen is dedicated to designing and delivering beautiful products that last a lifetime – all over the world.

“I’m excited to hear that Moen will further invest in, and create good paying jobs in Lenoir County,” said Representative John Bell. “When a company decides to invest in our community it creates great opportunity for our citizens. I appreciate their partnership and wish them continued success.”

“The re-emergence of Kinston’s economy continues with Moen’s expansion and investment announcement today. Since 1987, Moen has shipped high quality products right here in Kinston that are found in homes all across our country,” said City of Kinston Mayor BJ Murphy.  “We are grateful that our local workforce and community partnerships have proven to be of great value to the Moen brand.”

“We are thrilled with the progress Moen has made at its Kinston facility, and wish them continued success as they roll out their new expansion to support their global distribution,” said Representative George Graham. “It means new jobs for our local residents and a stronger spotlight on manufacturing in Eastern North Carolina.”

The project was made possible in part by a performance-based grant from Lenoir County of up to $450,000.  Companies receive no money up front and must meet investment performance standards to qualify for reimbursement.  Local governments utilize these grants to attract business projects that will stimulate economic activity.

“Lenoir County is pleased that Moen continues to invest in our community.  It is a great company that produces state of the art products and provides jobs and careers to our citizens,” said Lenoir County Board of

Commissioners Chair Craig Hill.  “Again, our economic development office, coupled with our local, regional, and state partners, have created an environment of cooperation that produces positive outcomes.  We look forward to this investment in our community and the continued long term relationships we have developed with this world class company.”

In addition to Lenoir County and Lenoir County Economic Development Office, other partners that helped with this project include: North Carolina Community College System, North Carolina Global TransPark, Lenoir Community College, North Carolina’s Southeast Regional Economic Development Partnership, Lenoir Committee of 100, Inc., City of Kinston, and Barnhill Contracting Company.

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Lyndon Steel Company, LLC Expansion

Lyndon Steel Company, LLC Expansion to Invest $4.5 Million and Create 25 New Jobs in Lenoir County

Image result for lyndon steel logoKinston, N.C. – Lenoir County and Lenoir County Economic Development announced today that Lyndon Steel Company, LLC will be expanding its operations in Lenoir County.  The Company will invest $4.5 million and create 25 new jobs in Kinston over the next two years.

“The city of Kinston has been a good fit for Lyndon/Kinston Steel, since first adding a plant here some eighteen years ago,” said Lyndon Steel Company, LLC President Sam Winters.  “So when we decided it was time to expand our business, Lenoir County was a natural choice. We are excited to be growing and hope to begin construction this spring on an addition that will more than double the size of our existing manufacturing facility. This will allow us to increase our production of Fabricated Structural Steel as we continue to service the Commercial Construction Industry in the eastern part of the United States.

Lyndon Steel Company, LLC, headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has been providing high quality steel at a competitive price with “on time delivery” for forty years. The company contains CNC automated equipment and its engineering department is unparalleled with the use of SDS2 and CAD applications.  This cutting edge technology enables the company to support fast-track construction.

“I’m grateful to hear that Lyndon Steel Company is deciding to create good paying jobs in Lenoir County,” said Representative John Bell. “When a company decides to invest in our community it creates great opportunity for our citizens. I appreciate their partnership and wish them continued success.”

“This expansion is outstanding,” said Representative George Graham.  “This is progress at its best.  This will not only help to grow Lenoir County, but also Eastern North Carolina.  Capital investment and new jobs will hopefully aid in the fight to attract young talent back to Eastern North Carolina.”

The project was made possible in part by a performance-based grant from Lenoir County of up to $128,000.  Companies receive no money up front and must meet investment performance standards to qualify for reimbursement.  Local governments utilize these grants to attract business projects that will stimulate economic activity.

“It is another great day in Lenoir County. We welcome the continued growth of Lyndon Steel to our community,” said Lenoir County Board of Commissioner Chair Craig Hill. “Our economic development office, working with our state and region, are helping our community grow and prosper. This outstanding company brings quality jobs that will benefit Lenoir County and will serve as a model for other companies that would like to grow or relocate to an emerging County in the Eastern part of our State.”

In addition to Lenoir County and Lenoir County Economic Development, other partners that helped with this project include: North Carolina Department of Transportation, North Carolina Community College System, Duke Energy, North Carolina’s Southeast Regional Economic Development Partnership, and Lenoir Community College.

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