Success Stories

Precision Airparts Support Service, an aviation and defense company currently headquartered in California, chose Green Cove Springs as part of their expansion to fulfill logistic…Read More

With a need to expand their manufacturing capabilities, Genplant, a manufacturer of mini-power grid systems, worked with Clay EDC to relocate operations to an 88,000-square-foot…Read More

Orange Park Medical Center, the only for-profit hospital and third largest taxpayer in Clay County, doubled its presence in 2018 with a $126 million expansion…Read More

Aviation Company Setting Up Operations in Clay County

Vac-Con

Vac-Con, a company that manufactures truck-mounted vacuum systems, expanded presence in Clay County.

Building Component Supply, a manufacturer of roof and floor trusses, wall panels, and other engineered products, moved its facility to Green Cove Springs. The company moved to expand its manufacturing capabilities.

In 2013, R. J. Corman Signaling Company was looking to provide control systems engineering services in Florida. R. J. Corman Signaling was a new division of R. J. Corman Railroad Group, a $300 million Kentucky-based company that provides a variety of services to the railroad industry. The company worked with JAXUSA to secure a location in Clay County.