Wincore Window Company Expands in Right to Work Georgia

Wincore Window Company is announcing an expansion for their facility in Swainsboro, Georgia, where they will invest $5 million. In addition, they plan to create about 100 jobs. So this will really great for the job market and the local economy.

From Area Development Magazine:

“Our highly skilled workforce, in addition to our support for our advanced manufacturing industries during this unprecedented year, have both been critical to attracting new jobs and investment opportunities in every corner of the state. […]

“As Wincore expands their operations in Swainsboro, I know the opportunities created by this fantastic project will be welcome news for hardworking Georgians in Emanuel County and the surrounding region.”

“It’s a pleasure to see Wincore expand in the state just two years after establishing operations in Swainsboro. […] I extend my thanks to our local partners […] for creating a business-friendly environment[…]”

 “Currently employing 171 Georgians, the additional 100 new jobs will make them the fourth-largest employer in Emanuel County. Wincore’s manufacturing process is a great fit for our area’s entry-level worker, as well as the available skilled workforce in our community looking for career opportunities at home.”


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