DENVER — The Polis Administration and the Global Business Division of Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) introduced that Greenfield Holdings, an built-in agricultural and infrastructure company, has chosen Denver for its headquarters.
Greenfield Holdings is on a development trajectory and is creating a world-class asset base that may assist facilitate the rising worldwide demand for grain and different U.S. agricultural merchandise. Its new headquarters in Denver will help its grain storage, dealing with and export amenities.
“Colorado’s agriculture community is unmatched, and we are proud to support Colorado’s hard-working farmers and ranchers. We’re excited Greenfield will help create over 20 new good jobs here, put down roots in our beautiful state as we continue to advance and grow Colorado’s thriving agricultural industry,” stated Gov. Jared Polis.
Greenfield Holdings expects to create 20 internet new jobs at a median annual wage of $83,725, which is 111.33% p.c of the typical annual wage in Denver County. The jobs will embrace merchants, analysts, accountants, logistics, operations, IT managers, and many others. The company at present has 11 staff, 5 of whom are already primarily based in Colorado.
“Denver stood out to us not only because of the competitive incentive package offered by the state and city but because of the talent pool that would be accessible to us as our company grows,” stated Kyle Egbert, CFO of Greenfield Holdings. “We’re excited to engage with the state’s renowned university systems and tap into young talent as they enter the workforce.”
“Colorado has a strong heritage in farming and ranching, and innovative companies like Greenfield Holdings help us continue our legacy as an agricultural industry leader in the western United States,” stated OEDIT Executive Director Patrick Meyers.
Greenfield Holdings is establishing a grain export facility in Louisiana and at present has grain property established in Arkansas and Louisiana with plans for additional asset building happening alongside the Mississippi River. The institution of the new company headquarters in Denver together with these amenities will enable Greenfield to proceed to generate sturdy funding returns within the world financial system, whereas adhering to and benefiting from Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance stewardship.
“The Denver metropolitan area offers employers the second-most educated workforce in the country to tap into,” stated Ray Gonzales, government vice chairman of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation. “Access to this talent pool is attractive to companies like Greenfield and we are thrilled to welcome them home to Denver.”
Colorado competed with New Orleans, Houston and Chicago because the new headquarters location.
The State of Colorado will present as much as $162,974 in performance-based Job Growth Incentive Tax Credits over an eight-year interval.