CORINTH, Miss. — More than two-dozen new jobs will soon be in the Corinth area.
Caterpillar will expand there to produce remanufactured engines for its mining trucks and electric power applications. Caterpillar executives and Governor Phil Bryant attended an unveiling of the company’s first remanufactured engine Friday. “Another victory for Northeast Mississippi, said Governor Bryant. “$14 million investment for us overall; and as you look at Caterpillar’s placement in Oxford and in Corinth, we just hope it continues to grow.”
Caterpillar,the worldwide leader in large engine remanufacturing, also has plants in Booneville and Water Valley. More than 1,700 people are employed at the four locations.