AWEBA Group to open facility in Dublin
The Georgia Department of Economic Development says it will create more than 50 jobs in Laurens County and invest six-million dollars into the facility over the next five years.
“The possibility of new customers is very good. They actually could help us attract some more industry that would use their product, therefore, making it a very viable company,” explained Scott Beasley, the Chairman of the Dublin-Laurens County Development Authority during the time of recruiting.
AWEBA Group will lease the old Wild Bore building on Highway 257 near I-16. It is scheduled to open on January 15.