Webster City’s economic development director David Toyer has been working with the Cropland Containers Company to enable a $1.775 million investment to expand in Webster City thanks in part to a $72,000 performance grant approved by Webster City’s City Council on October 15th. The project, which will include the purchase of two facilities totaling more than 150,000 square feet, is anticipated to create 18 new jobs.
Cropland Containers sells and services new and reconditioned agricultural containers and parts, and provides customers with technical advice. Cropland’s processes utilize automated washing and testing systems for IBC’s, pallets, and drums, ensuring superior technology for plastic recycling and waste water treatment.
Cropland Containers was founded and is backed by Stainlez, Inc. of Minneapolis, Minnesota.