- Associated Press - Thursday, November 26, 2015

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Foamcraft, Inc., a manufacturer of polyurethane foam products, says it’s expanding operations in Tupelo to accommodate an increase in consumer demand.

The company, in a news release Wednesday, said the project represents a corporate investment of $1.34 million and will create 40 jobs.

Foamcraft says it will expand into the 115,000-square-foot facility formerly occupied by Fibre Craft. Foamcraft will also continue to operate from its current 75,000-square-foot location, which is located across from the Fibre Craft facility.

Foamcraft President Jim Hensley says the expansion will allow the company to meet increased production demands and continue a growth plan put in motion in 2011.

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