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Business

LET'S GET DOWN TO BUSINESS

What we offer is a wide range of assets to make your business project successful. Companies choose North Central Iowa because of our interstate locations, a workforce that really works and one of the lowest costs of doing business in the nation, all resulting in savings to the company. 

Our business sectors are varied and include renewable energy, bio-technology, food production, advanced manufacturing, ag related chemistry, warehouse and distribution.

In addition we are professionals with deep experience who will partner with you for as long as you need.  We are your advocates. We cut through the red tape and get things done.  

Buildings
We have an existing inventory plus the capacity for build-to-suit and leaseback arrangements.
 
Sites
Our region contains certified shovel-ready sites, fully developed industrial parks and vast greenfield spaces.

Incentives

We offer tax incentives to qualifying companies plus one of the best workforce training tax credit programs around.

Maps
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Workforce
Talent can be found and they are willing to work.  

Why Us
Business friendly public policy, transportation corridors and low cost of doing business combine to make North Central Iowa a positive place for business. 


“The media has been telling us how bad things are and instilling fear into many of us regarding our future. My experience has been that more progress is made when we have to overcome tough situations and that through diligent effort, clear thinking and planning, and most importantly, a positive attitude to life, anything really is possible...and Grain Millers is a positive company. We believe in what we are doing and we will continue to move forward to be the best that we can be and we need all of you on board to help us do that. Believe in your city, your state, and your country. Move forward in your daily life with the belief and attitude that tomorrow will be a brighter day and that the best is yet to come! ” - Steve Eilertson, President Grain Miller