The company announced on Monday it will invest $43.55 million, with plans to build a state of the art, 280,000 square-foot production facility.

Maciej Migalski, president of Press Glass, North America, said construction is set to begin in the last quarter of 2018.

Production is set to begin in the new facility by the end of 2019, according to Tomasz Wozowicz, CEO of Press Glass.

The project is expected to create 212 new jobs, with an average pay of $15 per hour, according to officials attending the announcement on Monday in Henry County.

Michael Lankford, vice president, said, “This new investment in Henry County is an important step for the company’s growth strategy. From this location, the new production facility enables Press Glass to enter a targeted sales territory and market segment.

“There are many reasons for selecting Henry County and the Commonwealth Crossing. The location of the industrial park is near our existing production facility in Stoneville, North Carolina, which will enable synergy between the two facilities, allowing them to share knowledge, resources, and management,” he said.

Geographically, the industrial park also allows good…

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