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State of Georgia: Saint-Gobain ADFORS North America to create 400 new jobs in Laurens County

Christian Fernsby |
Saint-Gobain ADFORS North America will invest $28 million to expand its operations at its Dublin, Georgia, manufacturing facility, creating 400 new jobs over the next two years in Laurens County.

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ADFORS is a division of Saint-Gobain, the worldwide leader in light and sustainable construction founded in 1665 that today manufactures and distributes materials and services for construction and industrial markets.

Its integrated solutions for the renovation of public and private buildings, light construction, and the decarbonization of construction and industry are developed through a continuous innovation process that provides sustainability and performance.

In June 2020, Saint-Gobain ADFORS North America purchased the facility at 168 Willie Paulk Parkway in Dublin and has been manufacturing products used in heat protection and thermal insulation.

As part of this investment, Saint-Gobain ADFORS will double its North American production of key materials by restarting the facility’s furnace, which was idled prior to the company’s purchase in 2019.

The company will be hiring for positions in site and operations management, engineers of all sorts, supervisors, and production workers.


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