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NANTRenewables to open facility in Georgia, create over 100 jobs

Christian Fernsby |
bioplastics company NANTRenewables will invest up to $29 million to build a manufacturing facility at SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex in Savannah, Georgia.

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This venture will create 134 manufacturing jobs in Chatham County. Hiring is expected to begin in early 2022.

NANTRenewables will manufacture unique biogenic renewable mineral plastic enhancers designed to improve performance, reduce cost, and minimize the overall carbon footprint of finished products. NANTRenewables uses a renewable and self generating biogenic mineral to produce biodegradable, daily use products like plates, straws, cutlery, trays, and cups.

Additionally, NANTRenewables provides sustainable, value added products to several other companies within the food, agriculture, and pharmaceutical industries.

The new NANTRenewables manufacturing facility will be built on an 8.5 acre rail served parcel at SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex in Savannah. This innovative multi use industrial park is located in a Federal Opportunity Zone and also provides rail and direct deepwater access on the main shipping channel in Savannah.


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