Saf-T-Cart expands

By FLOYD INGRAM/THE PRESS REGISTER,

 

The data shows 80-percent of the new jobs in any community are created by existing industry.

Clarksdale will see 25 new jobs with the announcement that Saf-T-Cart – a homegrown industry – will soon embark on a $1.5 million expansion at the plant that manufacturers steel carts and welding storage products.

 
 
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