What Will Woodgrain Do Next and Where?
Woodgrain is one of the biggest milling companies across the globe. So you can imagine that they have a pretty hefty clientele. In order to keep up with the demand for their products, they are planning to expand in Right to Work Leesburg, Georgia. After all, Right to Work states provide incentives for the company while creating new opportunities for workers. And to make this possible, the company will soon invest $10 million toward the project. This will then create 150 new jobs for the area. So this is great news for Lee Countyâ€™s economy!
From Area Development Magazine:
â€œThis expansion is a key component of our mission to leverage our vertical integration to deliver premier service and customer driven millwork solutions. [â€¦] As a proud member of the Lee County community for over 25 years, we look forward to the opportunities this expansion will provide for members of our communities in southwest Georgia.â€ [â€¦]
â€œWith manufacturing and distribution operations in Lee, Sumter, and Gwinnett Counties, Woodgrain has been a longtime partner to the state. [â€¦] Many thanks to our partners at the Lee County Development Authority for the support they provide to the companies who call this community home.â€AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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