Mannington Mills Invests $50 Million To Expand Its Morgan County, Georgia, Manufacturing Facilities
The company will construct a 550,000-square-foot facility on new land in Madison to house additional manufacturing and distribution operations. This is the second expansion in the course of a year in Morgan County.
“It’s very exciting to be announcing this next expansion project, which will be the largest in Mannington’s history,” said Mannington Mills President/CEO Russell Grizzle. “Thanks to the state of Georgia, the Georgia Department of Economic Development and the Madison-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce for their diligence and for facilitating Mannington’s growth in the state.”
“We are excited that Mannington will continue to grow its presence in Morgan County,” said Morgan County Board of Commissioners Chair Andy Ainslie. “To be able to announce a second expansion in just over a year is fantastic and we are pleased that our partnership with them is resulting in additional investment and jobs in our industrial sector.”
”Flooring companies such as Mannington Mills are a driving force behind our state’s economy,” said Governor Nathan Deal. “Georgia’s interconnected logistics infrastructure, highly skilled labor and critical mass of customers have provided Mannington Mills with the resources and support it needs to grow and remain competitive.”
“Existing industries are critical to Georgia’s economic vitality,” said GDEcD Commissioner Chris Carr. “Mannington Mills’ newest expansion highlights how companies that choose Georgia can expand and grow here. With an exceptional workforce, diverse network of suppliers and customers and a competitive business climate, this leading company will continue to flourish.”
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