“We plan on being here for a long time. We’re appreciative of the work of the Chamber, the Representatives and others in our expansion efforts.” – Kendall Randolph, CEO, Sunshine Display
Grow in St. Joseph. We Are Right Beside You.
St. Joseph has an aggressive and well-coordinated community economic development program built on active collaboration with City, County and State government, as well as local developers to attract new companies and help them grow.
Expansion in St. Joseph is natural for many companies, due to the city’s perfect location near I-29 and I-36 for distribution, as well as easy proximity to several other major interstate connectors. With excellent incentives, and utilities and taxes that are lower than many national rates, growth is everywhere in St. Joseph. The city saw an increase in new payroll of $21 million in 2010.
Recent Expansions Include:
Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc.: The global animal health pharmaceutical leader continues to expand in St. Joseph, recently opening a new administrative headquarters and 250,000 square foot distribution center.
Protein Inc. : This company is constructing a new facility on a more than 9.5 acre tract
of land at the corner of Stockyards Expressway and Illinois Avenue in the Stockyards Industrial Park area. The total capital investment is anticipated to be $11.6 million. The company will add about 20 new full-time employees.
Nor-Am Ice and Cold Storage: This leading public refrigerated warehouse and family-operated business is adding 72,000 square feet and 10 new, full-time jobs at its Stockyards
Expressway location, totaling an $8.5 million investment in its facility.
Eastowne Business Park: Eastowne Business Park offers 350 acres of mixed office and industrial development, including light manufacturing, warehousing and distribution, including sites from 6 to 18 acres (or larger) with redundant electrical services. The park is served by two separate electric substations. Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc., FedEx and Schutz Container Systems, Inc., are current tenants in the park.
Albaugh, LLC: Albaugh will expand its current campus in the Stockyards Industrial Park and have a significant impact in the redevelopment and aesthetic appeal of the area. The company will demolish the blighted former Seitz (Hillshire) building and the surrounding
acreage. The project involves 11 new jobs and over $8 million in new capital investment.
Missouri Air National Guard: The 139th Airlift Wing of the Missouri Air National Guard will add $36 million in economic investment and create 30 new jobs.The data contained in this website is for information purposes. Although steps have been taken to guard its accuracy and up-to-date nature, the St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce assumes no legal responsibility for the informational content contained herein.