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Amcor expanding InFlex manufacturing operations to Georgia, creating 100 jobs

Christian Fernsby |
InFlex, a subsidiary of Georgia-based plastics manufacturing company Amcor, Inc., will invest nearly $8 million in expanding its operations to Bacon County.

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The new advanced manufacturing facility will create 100 jobs in Alma, Georgia. Amcor, Inc. is headquartered in Thomson, Georgia, where the company employs more than 150 people in the region.

The company will renovate an existing 85,500-square-foot building, located at 1107 West 12th Street in Alma. Renovations to the facility are expected to be complete by the end of 2021.

New positions at the facility will include careers in sales, operations, engineering, and maintenance. Hiring for key positions will begin.

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