Harvest Youth Board grants Smith River Sports Complex $2,500
(August 22, 2016)
Airport Receives MACF Grant
(August 11, 2016)
Solid Stone Fabrics to expand textile manufacturing operation
(July 22, 2016)
Big Ideas Challenge calling all creative minds
(July 12, 2016)
Performance Livestock and Feed Company announces 32 new jobs
(July 8, 2016)
Alcoa expansion adds 15 new jobs
(July 4, 2016)
IDEA Center Grand Opening
(May 19, 2016)
Nationwide Homes to Expand Production
(April 25, 2016)
Love at first ... sale?
(February 13, 2016)
Businesses earn awards at competition
(January 29, 2016)
Seeking an ideal business environment for your company to achieve long-term profitability? Martinsville-Henry County is the optimal location for your business to thrive. Profitability stems from low operational and start-up costs. Plus, we implement proactive solutions to make doing business easier.
Our region's prosperity only flows as a result of sustained business success so we are devoted to:
- Listening to industry and responding strategically
- Packaging resources for one-stop service delivery
- Investing in world-class sites, buildings and infrastructure to speed your development
- Tailoring industry-led, innovative workforce training
- Closing deals with incentives relevant to business needs
Martinsville-Henry County is undergoing an impressive economic resurgence with global leadership in aerospace, plastics and polymers, metal working, and food processing industries. Learn why they found a compelling fit for their profitability strategy here.
If you are interested in growing your business for long-term profitability, contact MHCEDC for first-class service to make it happen.
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100,000 SF Facility - 30' Ceiling Height Throughout
- 8 Dock High Doors
- Zoned Industrial (I-1)
- Expandable to 150,000 SF
- All utilities in place
- Located near the Martinsville Speedway
- Less than 1/2 mile from US-220
- Available Immediately
- Building is heated by 16 gas units
- Building has the potential to be served by a Norfolk Southern Rail spur
Hardide Coatings is investing $7.25 million to establish its first Virginia operation in Henry County. The company will create 29 new jobs with a notable average annual salary of $50,000.