Medline Expands Lithia Springs, Georgia Manufacturing Plant
A global manufacturer and distributor serving the healthcare industry, Medline produces medical supplies and clinical solutions that help customers achieve both clinical and financial success. Headquartered in Mundelein, Illinois, the company offers 350,000+ medical devices and support services through more than 1,200 direct sales representatives who are dedicated points of contact for customers across the continuum of care.
“Experienced team members are critical to our ability to support this growing business and we’re excited to further strengthen our roots in the area,” says John Fitter, Senior Vice President, Operations, Medline. “This expansion signals a unique opportunity to identify more local talent who want to help improve people’s lives and contribute to our company’s continued growth.”
The 600,000-square foot facility opened in 2011 and has undergone a number of expansions. Medline has end-to-end ownership of products here which helps ensure quality at every stage. Since the plant’s inception, the company has created more than 300 new jobs. This latest expansion means up to 50 additional jobs for the community.
The company is plans to create jobs at its high speed, high volume facility to work with some of the most advanced continuous motion machinery in the industry, including; mechanical and electrical technicians, experienced machine operators, process engineers and process technicians, along with production and warehouse supervisors.
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