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Atlanta, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A Brazilian stone manufacturing plant is moving to Georgia. The facility is projected to create 455 jobs.
This is according to a news release from Governor Brian Kemp.
The Guidoni Group build a manufacturing facility in McRae-Helena. The company is investing $96 million in the project.
Statement from Governor Kemp
Governor Kemp stated the following in the news release:
“We are proud to welcome yet another leading international manufacturer as they set up shop in Georgia. With access to Georgia’s world-class ports system, logistics infrastructure, and top-ranked workforce, I am confident that Guidoni will find success as they create great opportunities for hardworking Georgians in Telfair County. It is truly an exciting announcement, and I am grateful that Guidoni chose to invest in Georgia.”