Mohawk to add 420 jobs in Dalton
Mohawk Industries announced Wednesday an $85 million conversion of plants in Dalton and Rome that will add 420 jobs over the next two years in Dalton and maintain 230 jobs in Rome.
Deal: Mohawk Industries creates 420 jobs in Dalton
Gov. Nathan Deal said today that Mohawk Industries will convert two manufacturing facilities in Dalton and Rome, creating 420 new jobs and investing about $85 million into the two conversion projects over the next two years.
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