- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 13, 2014

STATESBORO, Ga. (AP) - A Minnesota-based glass fabrication company is planning to add more than 100 new jobs when it expands a plant in eastern Georgia.

Gov. Nathan Deal said Tuesday that Viracon is planning to invest $2 million in the expansion of its plant in Statesboro, Georgia and will create 125 new jobs.

Officials say the company produces high-performance architectural glass for major construction projects throughout the country in its existing 330,000 square-foot facility. Officials say the expansion is expected to help the company meet expected growth in demand.

Officials say Viracon also operates plants in Utah and in Brazil.

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