Overhead Door Moving Production from Athens, Georgia to Pensacola, Florida
"We're doing this in order to be more efficient and competitive in the marketplace," said Overhead's vice president of human resources Ken Mahlke. "Right now, price is very important to our customers and we have to keep costs under control."
The company also attributed the decision to location. So far, up to five employees have said they will likely relocate to Pensacola.
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