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Niagara Bottling Invests $52 Million On Coweta County, Georgia, Production Center

Niagara Bottling, a private label bottled water supplier, will invest $52 million to establish a new facility in Coweta County, Georgia, with plans to create more than 40 jobs in the area.

The 450,000-square-foot facility, expected for completion later this year, will package and distribute private label water for its customers as well as the Niagara label. The facility will include one production line with a potential of up to four production lines in the future.

“We are thrilled to expand in Coweta County,” said Derieth Sutton, Economic Development and Government Relations Manager, Niagara Bottling, LLC. “This location not only offers the ideal logistics infrastructure that helps us better serve our customers, but we have also experienced a huge welcome from the community. We look forward to bringing new jobs and opportunities to this region.”

California-based Niagara Bottling, a family-owned and operated company, began serving grocery, club, convenience stores and wholesale customers in the early 1990s. Today, with 18 locations across the U.S., Niagara Bottling is now the second-largest bottled water manufacturer in the nation. The company also specializes in manufacturing through innovative sustainability.

“The Niagara Bottling expansion underscores the strength of Georgia’s logistics network,” said Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Chris Carr. “Niagara Bottling could have chosen anywhere to locate and they made the right choice. I have no doubt that our superb talent pool and pro-business resources will help this innovative company to better serve its key markets.” The project was a collaborative effort between Coweta County Development Authority, GDEcD and Lee & Associates.

“We are very excited to welcome Niagara Bottling to Coweta County and to the growing list of quality industries in our community,” said Terry Daviston, Chairman of the Coweta County Development Authority. “During the location process, the company was very clear that they wanted to locate their new facility in an innovative and dynamic community, and we are very pleased that they found what they were looking for in Coweta County.”

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