Japanese printing company opening Georgia plant
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GRIFFIN, Ga. (AP) — A Japanese printing company is planning to build a plant in Spalding County and create 80 new jobs.

Toppan Printing announced Wednesday that it's planning to invest $100 million in a new plant in Griffin.

Gov. Nathan Deal said in a statement that the roughly 127,000-square foot plant will produce packaging materials for food, medical and electronic products.

Products made at the Griffin plant will be distributed to manufacturers in North America and Europe.



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