Chillicothe Industrial Park
The Chillicothe Area Industrial Park (CAIP) is a fully developed, full-service industrial park. Utilities including water, sewer, natural gas, and electricity are installed in the park and are designed to provide adequate capacity now and in the future. Plus, industrial quality roads and railroad access are also available.
Chillicothe, Missouri, has all the advantages of being a "city in the country." This Northwest Missouri community offers its residents all the amenities and facilities of a larger city while maintaining the advantages of "country life". As big city residents and businesses have tired of big city problems and overcrowding, more people and industries have begun to "return to the land," including relocation to Chillicothe. This is the heartland of America where the work ethic and quality of life are strong, and the labor force is the backbone of solid industrial growth.
The CAIP is home to:
Cloverleaf Cold Storage chose Chillicothe as a location for one of its 15 warehouses strategically grouped in three areas that cover the prime protein producing regions of the United States. Their Farmers Produce division provides custom designed processing and packaging services to the meat industry. The warehouse employs 78 people.
DeLaval is a full-service supplier to dairy farmers. The company develops, manufactures and markets equipment and complete systems for milk production and animal husbandry. The company relocated from New York to Chillicothe and employs 55 people.
Mauser Group IBC North America, Inc., and Clean Tide Container, which opened a new facility in 2013, have been sold to Mauser Group, a worldwide leading company in industrial packaging based in Germany. The company manufactures and refurbishes intermediate bulk containers. 87 new jobs were created.
Sonoco is a multi-billion dollar global provider of consumer packaging, industrial products, protective packaging and packaging supply chain services. From their headquarters in Hartsville, S.C., and more than 340 operations in 34 countries, they produce packaging for a variety of industries and many of the world’s most recognized brands, serving customers in 85 nations. The Chillicothe facility focuses specifically on providing food packaging for the frozen food industry in North America and employs 120 people.
T&R Soil Service T&R Soil Service has been a fixture in Chillicothe, Missouri, for over 50 years. The business is owned jointly with Butterfield & Associated Grain, Inc. of Meadville, and other local investors. Main services include the Sale of agricultural chemicals, fertilizers, seed and feed, as well as, the Custom application of all fertilizers and chemicals.
WireCo WorldGroup is the world's leader in manufacturing, engineering, and distributing wire rope, synthetic rope, specialized assemblies, wire products and electromechanical cable. The Chillicothe plant, which includes the high carbon wire and strand divisions housed in a 300,000-square-foot plant, employs approximately 120 people.
Farmers’ Electric Cooperative provides electricity for the park. The Cooperative is managed locally and dedicated to providing its Members with service and assistance needed to help them expand or locate in the Chillicothe area. The utility enjoys a 99.9 percent reliability factor. There is no franchise fee.
- The city of Chillicothe offers revolving loan programs.
- Chillicothe Municipal Utilities can provide a linked deposit program low-interest loan.
- The Chillicothe Industrial Development Corporation (CIDC) provides loans to businesses.
- Green Hills Rural Development offers low-cost interest loans.
- The Chillicothe Industrial Development Authority (IDA) offers revenue bonds.