Meat producer plans new $18M Wilmington plant
13 Dec 2021
WILMINGTON – B&M Meats, a longtime wholesale Philly cheesesteak meat manufacturer in Southbridge, is planning a new $18 million plant to expand its production in the city.
A subsidiary of New Jersey-based Wonder Meats, B&M has 98 employees currently working at its butchering and manufacturing plant at 21 Commerce St. It’s seen growing sales over recent years, pushing its capacity to the max and leading it to look at expansion possibilities.
Congratulations. Your business is growing! Revenue is up, and you just launched a new product that is flying off the shelves. The only problem is you need to hire more people and you have no place to put them. You have hired a site selector, and they have found the...
Fintech startup ICM to bring HQ to WilmingtonDec 13 2021
WILMINGTON – Financial services technology startup Investor Cash Management (ICM), which recently inked a partnership deal with Delaware State University, is investing upward of $15 million to build its new headquarters in Wilmington and bring 395 employees to the state. On Monday morning, the startup was unanimously approved for...
New B&M Meats Chooses Delaware as Home for Expanded Production, Diversified Product OfferingsDec 13 2021
WILMINGTON, Del. — New B&M Meats Inc., a leading manufacturer of raw sandwich steaks and chicken steaks in the Northeast United States, is expanding in the City of Wilmington and will invest more than $18 million in the construction of a new 80,000 square-foot food production facility and add 190...