New Filing Products Manufacturer Coming to Starkville
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Finally LLC, a manufacturer of filing and folder products and Starkville’s newest manufacturing development, has signed a lease with the City of Starkville and will be located in the South Hangar building on Airport Road. The company anticipates a $1 million investment in this new venture.
“We are excited about the potential that Starkville, MS. has to offer and we are looking forward to expanding our operation there” stated Steve Frank, chief executive officer of BSP Filing Solutions, the company held by Finally, LLC.
Finally, LLC has purchased a competitor in Virginia and will relocate the Virginia company to Starkville. Equipment from Virginia is expected to arrive in December of this year and installation will begin immediately.
The company will initially employ between 30-40 heads and seek to expand and grow the business, dependent upon market condition. Hiring of primarily production workers and supervisors will begin in early December and will be coordinated through the WIN Job Center.
“We are extremely excited to announce another win for the GTRD Link here in Starkville and Oktibbeha County, “said Joey Deason, chief operating officer of the Golden Triangle Development LINK. “A special thanks to the Mississippi Development Authority, the City of Starkville Aldermen, the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors, and the Starkville Airport Board. Their combined efforts made this project a reality.”
The company and its sister organizations have been in business for 30 years providing quality products across the North American Continent.
“Congratulations to our newest corporate partner in Starkville, Finally LLC,” said MDA Executive Director Brent Christensen. “We are grateful in the confidence the company has placed in our state and we wish them continued success in the Golden Triangle region.”
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The LINK is the regional economic development organization for Clay, Lowndes and Oktibbeha counties. Located in northeast Mississippi, the LINK’s current record of investment totals $4.2 billion and 5,600 jobs over 10 years.