BYHALIA, Miss. – It was a ribbon cutting ceremony at ROXUL, Inc.’s first U.S. manufacturing facility in Marshall County Wednesday. The 600,000 foot facility is located at the Chickasaw Tail industrial park and will bring 150 new jobs to the area.
“The company is also putting Mississippi in the global spotlight – helping us show the world that great things are happening in our state and that Mississippi is a wonderful place for business,” said Governor Phil Bryant. “We have the infrastructure, the resources and the workforce to ensure growth and success for our companies.”
The company makes wool insulation products for buildings.
“This is truly a historic occasion for ROXUL,” said ROXUL President Trent Ogilvie. “When conducting our site selection due diligence, it was clear that the State of Mississippi and Marshall County provided us the optimal location from both a manufacturing and distribution standpoint. The support ROXUL has received from the community and the State has been terrific. We couldn’t have found a better place to call home.”