Pettis County Supports Prysmian Group Expansion in Sedalia & Pettis County MO

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Highland Heights, KY   -   17/11/2022 - 09:00 AM

Prysmian Group, the world leader in the energy and telecom cable industry, announced today an investment of more than $45 million to enhance its manufacturing facility in Sedalia, Missouri. The expansion includes adding 115,000 square feet of production capacity and creating 60 new jobs.

“We applaud Prysmian Group for its commitment to Missouri and its continued investment in Pettis County,” said Presiding Commissioner David Dick. “For over 50 years, Prysmian Group has successfully grown its footprint in Pettis County. We look forward to seeing the additional positive impact this expansion will have for our region and state.”

Located on more than 63 acres between Sedalia and Dresden, Prysmian’s Missouri facility manufactures aluminum building wire for commercial and institutional construction markets. Currently, it employs more than 215 administrative and manufacturing employees. Prysmian plans to start hiring in 2023 for candidates interested in various production roles.

“As we expand in North America, the Sedalia expansion is important in furthering our aluminum building wire pipeline. We are not only ensuring we can help build the cities of the future today, but we are also investing in our employees and the facilities that they work in every day,” said Andrea Pirondini, CEO of Prysmian Group North America. “This investment will allow us to expand our facility, invest in our employees and add to our workforce.”

Known locally throughout the last 50 years as Alcan Cable and General Cable, Prysmian Group acquired the company in 2018, bringing their total workforce to nearly 6,000 in North America and over 29,000 globally.

“We're thrilled to have Prysmian Group continue to expand in our community,” said Jessica Craig, Executive Director of Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County. “Every company has a choice of where to grow and we are proud of the supportive and proactive manufacturing environment we have in Sedalia and Pettis County.”

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