Advanced Manufacturing

Advanced Manufacturing companies require skilled labor above all else, and in Northeast Wyoming our training pr ograms are top-notch. Northern Wyoming Community College (NWCC) provides training programs for machinist, welders, construction workers, electricians, and those interested in diesel or electrical technology. NWCC offers customized training to meet the demands of ar ea businesses. Northeast Wyoming boasts a highly-skilled existing workforce ready to contribute to your business success.


top ranked business -friendly governmnetNortheast Wyoming provides easy access to raw materials, transportation, and a skilled workforce. Our business climate is  one of the best in the country making Wyoming an excellent place to es tablish or relocate manufacturing businesses. Your business and family will experience an affordable high standard of living in Northeast Wyoming.

NEW Growth Alliance is actively recruiting Advanced Manufacturing firms, working to connect companies with local incentives and financing opportunities, as well as aiding in sit e selection and workforce recruitment.

Northeast Wyoming can support significant growth in manufacturing, large industrial manufacturing, high-tech manufacturing, and an y company needing additional access to raw materials.

top ranked business tax ratesSUCCESS STORY: L&H INDUSTRIAL

Founded in Gillette, Wyoming, this family-ran business has gr own from six to 500 employees, expanding from serving the oil and gas industry to manufacturing “honestly better” parts and solutions for industries throughout the world. Recently, they began working with NASA and are now creating parts for the NASA Crawler, responsible for moving the space shuttle to the launch pad.

“Wyoming consistently ranks as a top state in key areas including, for example, businessfriendliness, low taxes and high
quality of life.” - Governor Matt Mead

increase in manufacturing jobs graphicNORTHEAST WYOMING ADVANTAGES

  • Manufacturing infrastructure includes robust utilities, access to raw materials, and strategic truck/rail transit.
  • Skilled workforce with advanced training options at Northern Wyoming Community College.
  • Strategic investments in high-tech infrastructure, including a high-tech business park.
  • Available fiber optic cabling that will provide business with whatever speeds needed.

To learn more about available sites, call our main office (307-620-1260), email Dave or Krista, or fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

To learn more about existing businesses in the region, call our main office at below number, email Dave for Buffalo, Phil for Gillette, Robert for Sheridan, or fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

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