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Trex Begins Hiring at Port of Little Rock Site

Trex Co. has launched a hiring campaign to eventually fill 500 new jobs at its Port of Little Rock, AR., production site.

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Trex Co. has launched a hiring campaign to eventually fill 500 new jobs at its Port of Little Rock, AR., production site.

Construction on the facility will begin this year, and production is expected to start in 2024.

“Trex is passionate about work, family, community, and the environment. We look forward to building this new team in Arkansas with exceptional people who share those values,” said Trex VP of human resources, Jay Rudolph. “This is an exciting possibility to join our team at the ground level and explore additional development opportunities to advance your career as we continue to grow this facility and build a better tomorrow together.”

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