Pratt Industries, Inc. has announced plans to construct a new facility in Warner Robins, Georgia. The recycled paper and packaging company will invest $120 million into the project, creating 125 new jobs for the surrounding area. The new 496,000-square-foot facility, which will be Pratt Industries’ 13th facility in Georgia, will produce corrugated boxes using 100% recycled containerboard. Production at the plant is expected to begin in 2024.
In a recent quote, Anthony Pratt, Global Executive Chairman for Pratt Industries, said, “We’re very honored to be coming to Warner Robins and we’re committed to the great State of Georgia – in fact, Georgia is where our company began. This will bring Pratt’s total workforce in Georgia to over 2,100 employees and 11,700 nationwide.”
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