Hiring will begin this fall, with more jobs to be filled by 2020.
According to CZ-USA Chairman of the Board Bogdan Heczko, Arkansas was chosen from among several states due to its numerous benefits.
“As CZ looked to increase our presence in North America, it engaged in a multi-state search for the ideal location,” said Heczko. “The Arkansas workforce, culture, business climate and industry support cleared the way for us to choose Little Rock as our new home.”
“SIG Sauer has a strong partnership with the state of Arkansas, and we have chosen to make a major capital investment here. Our commitment is long-term,” said CEO Ron Cohen, who attended the event. “In the two years since we’ve been in Jacksonville, we have seen significant growth in our business and are confident that will continue for many years to come.”