AGUP Equipment, a Mississippi-based John Deere supplier, has broken ground on its central support offices.
The new offices, which will be located in Flora, will serve as a nerve center for AGUP’s multi-state operations as the company and its employment continue to grow.
“As we break ground today, we look forward to a future where the central support offices stand as a symbol of resilience, growth, and the unwavering spirit of Flora,” a portion of a press release reads. “AGUP Equipment and the Flora community are collaboratively sowing the seeds of progress that will yield a bountiful harvest for generations to come.”
AGUP, which has been serving Mississippi and Arkansas since 1947, is one of the region’s largest sources of new and used tractors, combines, cotton pickers, sprayers, and implements. The company has 16 locations throughout the two states.
At this time, it is unclear when construction will be complete and the central support offices will open.