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C&W Companies to Spend $2.4 Million on Expansion

Investment will go toward the construction of a new building.




C&W Companies is growing both its payroll and footprint.

The Rienzi, Mississippi-based screen printer will spend $2.4 million to construct a 15,000-square-foot building for its embroidery business and add 32 jobs, the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports.

The investment will also go toward renovating existing buildings and purchasing new equipment. The Mississippi Development Authority has pledged $100,000 in funding to help mitigate the cost of C&W’s expansion and upgrades.

“The company has experienced significant growth coming out of the pandemic, and the capital investment and expansion plan will continue to drive future growth, profitability, and community development,” Will Carnell, owner and vice president of C&W Companies, told the outlet.

Founded in 1990, C&W Companies operates a 65,000-square-foot facility in Rienzi and employs about 140 people. Its clients include Nike, Carhartt, and more than 50 colleges and universities.

Read more at the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.




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