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Polymer Logistics Opens Operations & Distribution Hub In Dublin, Georgia

05/19/2016
Polymer Logistics, a retail ready packaging company, will locate its next United States based logistics and distribution center in Dublin, Georgia. The firm expects to create 110 jobs and invest more than $4 million in Laurens County.

The company, which currently operates two service centers in California with an additional center in Texas, offers eco-friendly containers to major retailers like Walmart, Kroger, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Carrefour and more.

“Our team has been working in partnership with state and local officials to bring a significant investment and new jobs to Georgia,” said Danny Bartal, COO of Polymer Logistics. “The ease of doing business in the state has been impressive and will accelerate the completion of this facility.”

“Dublin has a proven track record of being a logistics leader in the Southeast,” said City of Dublin Mayor Phil Best. “Our outstanding highway system and close proximity to the Port of Savannah give us major advantages, and we’re thankful the Polymer Logistics team selected us. They will make a big impact on our community.”

“Polymer Logistics is yet another international company electing to locate in Laurens County,” said Laurens County Board of Commissioners Chairman Emory Lake. “They have an outstanding reputation in their field, and we are delighted that they have selected our community for their East Coast operations.”

Polymer Logistics is familiar with the competitive benefits our top-ranked business climate and strong logistics framework have to offer,” said Nathan Deal. “Georgia’s strategic resources and skilled workforce create opportunities that attract international companies like Polymer and bolster our presence in the global business community. We look forward to Polymer Logistics thriving here in Georgia.”

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