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Kimberly-Clark investing $115 million in Beech Island, Georgia facility

AUGUSTA, Ga. (From news reports) -- A year a go, Kimberly-Clark announced a massive workforce reduction, cutting 13 percent of its workers and closing down ten facilities company-wide. The Beech Island facility is the largest Kimberly-Clark plant in North America. Now, the facility is growing internally.

It impacts a lot more than just the employees at the facility. Every job at Kimberly-Clark supports other jobs in the community and people are relieved to see the company pouring more than $100 million more in the facility. The company is growing, pouring $115 million back into the plant over the next five years.

Aiken County leaders have to approve 30 years of tax incentives for the plant to move forward with the improvements. Those improvements include upgrades to their facility and new equipment. Aiken County Council has it's third and final reading on the tax break on March 5th. The $115 million is set to roll out over the next five years after that is approved.

******* has taken off like a rocket! Over twenty jobs are posted, in many interesting categories. These jobs are in at least ten different US states. [02.01.19]


Employers are on board with There are twenty plus employers located in ten different US states and two other countries. [02.01.19]

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