Jacobs bags Monsanto Louisiana plant expansion contract

Jacobs bags Monsanto Louisiana plant expansion contract

10:26 AM, 19th July 2015
Jacobs bags Monsanto Louisiana plant expansion contract

PASADENA, US: Jacobs Engineering Group Inc said that it was selected by Monsanto Company to provide engineering and procurement for a potential expansion of its St Charles Parish operations in Luling, La.

“We are delighted to bring our expertise in executing projects of this size and scale to Monsanto. Our global strength in chemicals combined with delivery capacity in the US Gulf Coast positions us to bring value to this critical project,” said Manuel Junco, vice president, Jacobs Group.

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