Sheyenne Dakota, Inc. to Bring Jobs to De Smet

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

PIERRE, S.D. – Sheyenne Dakota, Inc. (SDI), a West Fargo-based wire and cable harness manufacturer, will expand into South Dakota with a location in De Smet.

The expansion is expected to create 30 jobs over the next three years. Based upon 2010 population comparisons, the addition of 30 jobs in De Smet is the equivalent 4,239 jobs in Sioux Falls.

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development worked closely with SDI throughout the site selection process.

SDI will use a building De Smet constructed in 2009 to attract a new business and spur local economic development. 

“Community development is vital to the economic development of South Dakota,” said Gov. Dennis Daugaard. “I commend De Smet for being proactive and generating this opportunity for community growth. Sheyenne Dakota, Inc. will be a valuable addition to De Smet.”

The availability of workers in De Smet also was a factor in attracting the new business.

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