From the Raleigh News & Observer
Spanish biotechnology company Grifols, which has a large presence in the Triangle, is creating 300 new jobs in Clayton after receiving an incentive package from North Carolina and Johnston County.
The jobs will be created between 2024 and 2028, and the company will receive $5.2 million in incentives from the state for creating the jobs. The incentives were approved Tuesday morning by the state’s Economic Investment Committee, which met through a phone conference.
Grifols, which focuses heavily on plasma-based therapies, has poured hundreds of millions of dollars into its facilities in Clayton, about 20 miles southeast of Raleigh in Johnston County. The Barcelona-headquartered company is now the largest private employer in Johnston County, employing more than a thousand people there, The News & Observer previously reported.
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