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Trex Names Little Rock Director to Head Up Talent Readiness

James Reddish has been named Trex’s director of Little Rock workforce development and community engagement and will lead and facilitate talent readiness initiatives as Trex moves forward with a $400 million investment to build its newest manufacturing facility at...

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James Reddish has been named Trex’s director of Little Rock workforce development and community engagement and will lead and facilitate talent readiness initiatives as Trex moves forward with a $400 million investment to build its newest manufacturing facility at the Port of Little Rock, AR., eventually creating 500+ new jobs.

Reddish previously served as executive vice president for the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce where he led the chamber’s workforce development, communications, events, sales, and member planning programs.

The company’s local expansion will begin construction later this year.

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