DeepFlex Partners with Offshore Inland to Create 200 Jobs in Pensacola

Energy Ventures portfolio company DeepFlex has partnered with Offshore Inland to build a manufacturing plant at the Port of Pensacola that is slated to create 200 jobs and bring $52 million in capital investment to the city.

The facilities will make use of 3.5 acres of undeveloped land, including an existing warehouse, and will manufacture and test flexible, deep sea piping.

Coverage in the Pensacola News Journal reports: “Port Director Amy Miller said Thursday the project was one of ‘historic’ significance for the city, which promised to strengthen the area’s workforce and further differentiate the port from competitors in the region.”

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