Jackson, Miss. – Commercial and industrial building modernization service provider OSB Services LLC is moving its headquarters from Memphis to Olive Branch. The project is a $9.2 million corporate investment and will create 116 jobs.
OSB Services provides commercial and industrial building modernization, including mechanical, electrical, plumbing and elevator services. It also provides structural steel components and prefabricated piping.
The Mississippi Development Authority is providing assistance through the Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive, or MFLEX. The city of Olive Branch and DeSoto County also are assisting with the project.
“Now is the ideal time to invest in Mississippi. Companies looking to locate or expand operations here will find the workforce and infrastructure they need to grow and prosper. I’m excited to add OSB Services to the growing list of manufacturers that have recognized just how much Mississippi has to offer. – Gov. Tate Reeves
“Bringing new and established companies into our local communities creates a stronger, more prosperous state by creating jobs and building an experienced workforce. The investment and significant number of jobs OSB Services is bringing to DeSoto County will contribute to the local economy and surrounding region for years to come. MDA is glad to support this project and looks forward to OSB’s growth and longevity in our state.” – MDA Deputy Executive Director Laura Hipp
“We are excited to relocate OSB Services’ home to Olive Branch, Mississippi. The city of Olive Branch has proven to be a business-friendly community with very little crime. This move would not have been possible without the help of Gov. Tate Reeves, MDA, DeSoto Economic Council and the city of Olive Branch.” – OSB Services CEO Andy Osborne
“I am pleased that OSB Services has chosen the City of Olive Branch as its new headquarters. OSB Services is a market leader in their industry, and I am confident their team members will find Olive Branch as a leader in providing residential and business amenities. OSB Services’ commitment to add 116 jobs to our local economy is yet another reason Olive Branch continues positive growth.” – Mayor Ken Adams, City of Olive Branch
“The relocation of OSB Services’ headquarters to Olive Branch speaks to the great infrastructure and support for businesses here in DeSoto County. The 116 jobs coming here will have a positive impact on the future of the county. The Board of Supervisors welcomes OSB Services and employees and knows they will enjoy the great quality of life that DeSoto County offers.” – DeSoto County Supervisor Jessie Medlin, District 1