Industrial

Gov. Cooper 'cares about the little towns' - Daily Advance

 Pictured left to right: Greg Evans, Site Superintendent; Mitchell Ayers, Designer; Governor Roy Cooper; Al Chesson, President of A. R. Chesson Construction.

Pictured left to right: Greg Evans, Site Superintendent; Mitchell Ayers, Designer; Governor Roy Cooper; Al Chesson, President of A. R. Chesson Construction.

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Governor Roy Cooper toured Regulator Marine and had lunch at the Downtown Soda Shoppe during his visit to Edenton on Friday July 20th. ARCC has been working with Regulator Marine to expand they current production facilities. See the full article.

AR Textiles Robersonville, NC

A. R. Chesson Construction has entered into a contract with AR Textiles, Ltd. AR Textiles is locating a new manufacturing facility in Martin County with plans to create 38 jobs with average annual salaries of $26,000.00 over the next three years.

The Robersonville factory will be producing cotton yarn for a variety of functions including use in garments and according to N.C. Secretary of Commerce John Skvarla, the company will be buying North Carolina-grown cotton for the facility.

Jobs offered at the site will include operators, supervisors and quality control positions. AR Textiles is part of Sunflag, an international group of companies with operations in multiple modalities such as yarns, fabrics, garment, and household textiles. The project manager is Will Gautier.