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Everything Attachments Plans $20-Million Expansion In Conover

Everything Attachments Plans $20-Million Expansion in Conover

Everything Attachments, a manufacturer of farm implements and tractor attachments, plans to expand its existing manufacturing facility in Conover. Over the next five years, Everything Attachments plans to create 147 new jobs and invest a minimum of $20 million in new facility construction, machinery, and equipment. Salaries for the new employees will vary by position and experience, but the company offers a minimum hourly wage of $30 an hour for each position, significantly higher than the average in Catawba County.

Now in its fourth generation of family-ownership, Everything Attachments was originally established in 1946 as Corriher Implements in Newton. Since that time, the company has grown to become the U.S.’s largest manufacturer and e-commerce retailer of skid-steer and excavator attachments, as well as tractor implements. Products are sold directly to consumers through the company’s website and learning portal.

As part of their expansion, Everything Attachments will immediately construct and equip a new 105,000-square-foot facility to expand production capacity. The company envisions a similar facility within the next three-to-five years as Everything Attachments’ product portfolio continues to expand.

Everything Attachments plans to hire a variety of employees for the new manufacturing operation in areas of production (welding & machining), maintenance, quality, sales & office, and supply chain logistics. Interested applicants can apply for immediate openings at eajobs.us.

Local incentives will be considered for the project at upcoming public hearings by the Catawba County Board of Commissioners and Conover City Council.