Samuel Roll Form Group, a division of Samuel, Son & Co., is expanding operations at its Iuka, Miss., facility and adding 30 jobs.
“Our team is very excited about Samuel’s investment in Iuka. The additional 67,000-square-foot process bay will accommodate a number of additional rolling mills and complementary steel fabricating equipment,” said Samuel Roll Form Group President Lou Sartor.
Samuel Roll Form Group is a fabricator and supplier of heavy roll formed products to major industries such as rail and heavy construction.
In addition to the Samuel investment, the Mississippi Development Authority is providing a $400,000 grant for equipment relocation and a $50,000 grant for workforce training. Additional assistance is being provided by Tishomingo County and the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Completion of the project and hiring is expected during the second quarter of 2021.
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