Lakeside Steel Builds New Thomasville, Alabama Facility
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Lakeside selected Thomasville for its proximity to raw goods suppliers and customers. The facility will be the city's largest industrial employer when completed. Construction will begin in the fall, and production is scheduled to start by December 2011.
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