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Flexo Converters USA Opens Industrial Facility In Monroe, Georgia

04/29/2016
Flexo Converters USA, Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of retail shopping bags, will open a new industrial facility at the Piedmont Regional Industrial Park in Monroe, Georgia. The company will create 100 jobs and investing $20 million into the local community.

Piedmont Regional Industrial Park is located in the City of Monroe and owned by the Development Authority of Walton County. The company purchased the former Angel Food Ministries Building from the Development Authority of Walton County located at 690 Unisia Drive.

“We are excited to open this location in Monroe, Georgia,” said Anik Patel, COO for Flexo. “Our company felt that the building and community were a right fit for Flexo and our newest facility.”

“We are in the business of bringing quality jobs and investment to Georgia, and it is always a great day when we are able to celebrate this good news with statewide partners and our new corporate citizens,” said GDEcD Commissioner Chris Carr. “We are happy to welcome Flexo Converters USA, Inc., and we are confident they will thrive in our pro-business environment.”

“I want to welcome Flexo Converters to Walton County and our family of corporate citizens,” said Kevin Little, Chairman of the Walton County Board of Commissioners.

“We are fortunate to have a company of this caliber investing in our community and in the Piedmont Regional Industrial Park,” said Morris Jordan, Chairman of the Development Authority of Walton County.

“Walton County and the City of Monroe couldn’t get a better new corporate partner than Flexo,” said executive director of the Development Authority of Walton County, Shane Short. “They are a great manufacturer who will be investing millions in the building, and they are a company who is community minded and will be a great fit to the area.”

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